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CYMBALS EAT GUITARS - MALLWALKING (SONG)

MUSIC DIRECTORY
Cymbals Eat GuitarsCymbals Eat Guitars: Discography / Become a fan
SONGS BY CYMBALS EAT GUITARS
4th Of July, Philadelphia (Sandy)
Aerobed
Ballad Of Big Nothing
Dancing Days
Finally
Indiana
Jackson
Laramie
Mallwalking
Place Names
Warning
Wind Phoenix
Wish
ALBUMS BY CYMBALS EAT GUITARS
Lose
Pretty Years
Why There Are Mountains
 
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With the utmost respect to "Broccoli", this is the best song to mention Columbine in 2016. But then this song can manage to do so without it being a jarring tonal shift, it really fits in the narrative of the song.

What's a surprise to me is that after discovering the band through one of their most frenetic singles, what I really came for in the following album was one of their most sluggish tracks, every part of the song feels like it's being forced out.

I find myself thoroughly compelled here. The chorus is enormous and impactful. Without wanting to sound like a spoiled child (I really wasn't), the sentiment of 'You buy me stuff to fill me up, but I think I am bottomless' really hits home for me. Also who hasn't ever had a dream that suddenly ends just before it's about to get to somewhere major? There's a particularly chilling call back to "LOSE" at the end, where the dog that his parents got 'so we'd learn about loss' has been put to sleep. I may be too young to have gotten on board with emo music when it was at its peak, but there's still plenty being released nowadays that does the job.
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