Anyone ever had the experience of hearing /mu/core music when out in public?
I was out in a pub in Sydney last night and they were played "Storm" from LYSFLAH. I've also heard "My Girls" from MPP in this pub before.
Went to a multi band show in albert park (auckland new zealand) and there were tonnes of families and stuff there and they were playing "Glitter" by No Age on the speakers.
I was like "damn".
>Sleep is a banger
I can see it
>The overall mood is happy, people are laughing, drinking, having a good time
>"They don't sleep on the beach..."
>Everyone stops drinking
>Some old man starts crying
>No one says a word in 20 minutes straight
>Everyone stares into the distance
>Everyone stays still for another 20 minutes and leaves the pub sad
not really out in public but my friend absolutely loves AnCo and I know for a fact he doesn't come on here.. he also found Floral Shoppe and Eccojams on his own and was into that for awhile.
>"The car's on fire, and there's no driver at the wheel"
>whole bar goes silent, everyone puts down their drinks
>"...We're trapped in the belly of this horrible machine, and the machine is bleeding to death..."
>grown men take out pictures of their loved ones and stare solemnly
>"...The skyline was beautiful on fire, all twisted metal stretching upwards, everything washed in a thin orange haze..."
>the bartender breaks out in tears, loudly sobbing. Someone in the back starts yelling "the end of the world is coming! the end of the world is coming!"
>by the end of Drugs in Tokyo everyone had hung themselves on anything they could find, the floors damp with tears and blood
absoloute banger of a party tune, fire. doing the rounds in trendy clubs soon
AnCo is entirely believable, they're relatively poppy and JJJ was at least in love with MPP when it came out. I personally doubt that your friend doesn't go on /mu/ if he was into Floral Shoppe though.