BMTH - Can You Feel My Heart - Therapist Reacts

I wish i knew it beforehand but still i don’t know how i would react then… Or now. My fathers demons knew how to swim and fly… Only if i knew… could i do something? i don’t know

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Talk to a friend by Slaves is gonna hit you real hard.

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Between this song and the anime movie silent voice it helped me come to terms with my life and what it means to be alive

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Fun fact, this song is a cry for help to god

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I love how if you follow the questions answers it’s
Can you hear the silence? No
Can you see the dark? No
Can you fix the broken? No
So the answer for his last question can you feel my heart…no
I just think it’s a cool part i don’t see a lot of people mention, idk it may just be a me thing music is subjective :person_shrugging:

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They did this live at the Royal Albert Hall with a full orchestra, it’s amazing!

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The whole album for me is a masterpiece (L)

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that first time i heard “i can’t drown my demons they know how to swim” really broke me to million pieces
and this became an anthem to me… listen to this every time im blue

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Ive watched thousands of reactions to thousands of videos from hundreds of artists because it amuses me people reacting that you can tell hear the message but haven’t experienced it. You’re literally the only one I’ve found that gets it. I wish my therapist was as onto it as you. Keep up the good work

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You should take a look at the video for the song “live with me” from Massive Attack which depict a pretty bad addiction issue.

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Sempiternal is one of the best albums ever created.

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I’ve never felt more heard in my life this is the most accurate representation of how I feel it’s crazy

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“The higher I get, the lower I’ll sink” I think is drugs. lol The feeling of the heart is up for interpretation. For me, I happened to be fighting with my dad a lot, and so this song made me feel like I wasn’t alone. The drowning of the demons were the mistakes I couldn’t take back as a result. I like how strongly you felt the message you heard, and that you are out there helping people who are in desperate need of help.

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Knowing that Oliver Sykes was the only person that made me feel like I wasn’t alone for years and people still say that “metal is just noise” but they don’t know you were on the edge of the void and metal was the only music that pulled you back and told you not yet.