Sunday, 21 August 2016

Heathen and Proud

Hello music fans I have come back from self imposed exile my computers on its death bed and this may be the final task it carries out. Today I stand before you ever strong with another classified report in my hands. Today's target Twenty one pilots and their song the famous the well known "HEATHENS!!!"

Lets know a bit more about 21 pilots before going on with the song. Twenty One Pilots (often stylized as twenty one pilots or TWENTY ØNE PILØTS, and sometimes abbreviated as TØP) is an American musical duo originating from Columbus, Ohio. The band was formed in 2009 by Tyler Joseph along with former members Nick Thomas and Chris Salih, who eventually left in 2011, and currently consists of lead vocalist/keyboardist Tyler Joseph and drummer Josh Dun. They put out two self-realesed albums, Twenty One Pilots in 2009 and Regional at Best in 2011, before being signed by Fueled by Ramen in 2012. They released their debut album signed with a label, Vessel, with Fueled by Ramen in 2013. On May 17, 2015, their second signed album, Blurryface, was released two days earlier than intended, through the same label
On with the song, its a classic 21 Pilots song with the same beat and transition but its the lyrics and tune that make it so great. Written for the acclaimed DC movie Suicide Squad. Heathens matches exactly with the movie as if the movie came from the song and not the other way around the song is describing all the criminals like Harley (God that bitch is crazy!) and Deadshot if you haven't seen the movie then go see it right now. It starts to explain the honor code among criminals and how they team up to fight for their freedom. The song seems to exactly show how crazy a criminals mind is how there are psychopaths and murderers. Even then there is a sense of brotherhood between them and the fact they criminals stick together during high and low. It also seems to imply that not all criminals are born so its the abuse and torture that turns them to crime and a life of adrenaline high. Then there are some who are just born criminals and well nothing can be done about them. The song also popularizes the idea the all criminals are heathens. Well we can't actually argue with the ideology as criminals are the ones who have seen the dark side of this world and once you have tipped your scale to the dark there is no turning back and there is no way for you to still believe in God after witnessing the horror and dirtiness that has seemed to taken hold of our home. So obviously criminals tend to have trust issues leading to them ostracizing the new just like they say in the song
"We don't deal with outsiders very well
They say newcomers have a certain smell."
This seems to symbolize the fragile mind of criminals or all human beings as a whole. This song is not just about criminals its about the human race as a whole we all are fucked up in some way or the other and we we all are criminals of sort breaking rules of society or morality and we all have seen the bad side of the world and we do our best to forget it but in the end its the people who we target as "criminals" that have to like in this condition while we live free even when we are just as guilty as them. I wont go on anymore or I'll just start rambling in the end it is a question how many of us are more better than these criminals think over it and do give me a comment. See you later with another artist and another song, thankfully my computer may have been reincarnated by that time

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