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Kid Nash ‘Don’t Believe Me’ : Waves upon a mountain pond of delicious charm and musical affection

They’re on the right side of that barrier.

Alex and Josh make up this small ripple of waves upon a mountain pond of delicious charm and musical affection. The friends who make songs of emotions and sentimental avarice – quintessentially heave a whole lot of intellect and majesty into their format of expression.

One such expression is ‘Don’t Believe Me’.

A song of “lament” and a song that is indicative of a “funeral for a former self”, the acceptance for a different world – where a blooming personality must adjust – culminates into a small civil battle. And within that battle for consumption and future rights to prosperity, the annoyingly present self doubts and curiosity, put forth barriers of reasonable explanations.

But are those barriers, really up to the task of explaining what the new world should be? Even if it did, is it the right way to go forth – just staying in the current state – not surging for new and more expansive satiation of the heart?

Nay.

You must kick down those barriers, and seek the new on the other side. Staying, will be the death of futures to come. It will be the death of the person you should experience.

Alex and Josh make small ripples of waves upon a mountain pond of delicious charm and musical affection.

They’re on the right side of that barrier.

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