Are there any albums about overcoming depression and becoming a successful member of society?
Or generally just albums about getting out of the romanticized emotional masturbation hole that seems so prevalent in music
Maybe a little too pop rock for your tastes? But I really felt like I connected with Biffy Clyro's Puzzle when I was at my lowest points. Lyrically, it sort of encapsulates the struggles of functioning within society whilst trying to come to terms with the onset of depression and later admitting that it is a problem that needs to be worked past.
The end of the album is somewhat cathartic but the 'journey' doesn't necessarily end with a return to 'normality' but then it isn't the kind of illness that you just work over all of a sudden.
Why? Depression is classy as fuck, look at this pic.
>and becoming a successful member of society
Who cares, society sucks anyway.
well the key word is productive, you don't do it for society, you do it for yourself, and sometimes (maybe its socities influence eh?) it seems liek being part of society is really the only way to do that.
This albums about depression pretty much you've probably heard it though
>tfw this thread made me wonder how many people had actually saved OP's image that i made >>52972675 so i googled it and some people have tweeted it with hundreds of normies and attractive girls RTing like "me" "ugh yes" "so relatable"
>tfw i unintentionally made something that hundreds of people claim to relate to
>tfw this shitty image is my life's work
it's a story that takes place a couple years in the future (vaguely) and features a tennis academy and a halfway house. It's not one of those books that's hard to explain, but it is kind of hard to explain succinctly