Therapist Analyzes the identity of Sleep Token - Granite

Omg I love her.:star_struck: :dancer:

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This is such a beautiful emotional song. It’s by far one of my favs and your analysis was interesting to hear, especially the one about the line “say you want me but you know I’m not what you need, but I am” I’ve never really thought about that line in the way you analyzed it but I really like your perspective on it!!

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My wife has now started watching your videos. I have been a long time rock and Metal guy because I like the aggressive portray of emotion. That is simply what metal is to a t. My wife understands poetry because she has written for over 30 years. She is published in a lot of different areas. She likes the fact that you can fit the lyrics of what is written and then feel the emotion with the music that the band is playing. I think that is something personally that is missing in most modern music if you turn on the radio. It’s never going to be popular here because they push a certain Narrative of self-destruction. Keep doing what you doing young lady you will get everything you need out of a channel like this. And you may and I mean just me learn something about yourself and others just because of the music that someone puts out that actually has emotion hooked to a rhythm

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This channel is great to watch as a lyricist :clap:

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Sleep Token teach me “don’t judge the book by its cover”. I hate being label, “oh you Asian”, “You all Muslim are terrorist”, “no room for fat people here”.

As an Artist wearing mask, doesn’t mean he/they will produce metal music. Sometime being diversify, out side box, unique are good. F**k people hate Sleep Token because they not Metal enough. If they produce such an awesome , emotional, master class music; then yeah, they not allowed to be label as specific genre. They just being musician. That it.

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Wow you’re awesome!..

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I feel you so much in this song. The first Sleep Token song I heard was the reason I finally broke down and bought a pair of Sennheisers and a Fiio amp. It has been absolutely life changing. I cannot express how much it has improved my music experience.

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This song is interesting because it is from a male perspective. Women the vast majority of the time end relationships. This song is about someone who could have put meaningful effort into the relationship but didn’t care enough to do so. This song is about being a man in a place where men are treated as disposable caretakers.

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Looks like a NYC building out your window. Been there a few times but not since 08, Not my favorite place. I’m 80 miles away near the Catskills (think 69 Woodstock​:peace_symbol:). Have you listened to Institutionalized by Suicidal Tendencies?:metal::crazy_face::metal:

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Slaughterhouse by Motionless in White please

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This explanation reminds me of “Finale” by Slipknot

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Slipknot music group singing

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@heartsupport as a survivor of attempted suicide and someone who still struggles with self-harm. It would mean a lot to me if you could react to Atlantic by them and tell me what your thoughts are on what it’s about. There’s a part in the song that hit very close to home for me because I woke up in the exact same situation when I attempted to take my life, and I felt the exact same way.