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I’ve written essays about you for my Uni degree about your influence as a female artist (I compare your art with Aretha Franklin’s). one night so I could hear “Wrath of God” (I was only a half-insomniac at this stage, FYI) when it was first released.I even travelled to Sydney specifically to see the band play in 2011, since most international artists prefer to neglect my city where possible (I understand this has nothing to do with you).But I accepted it and tried my hardest to empathise with your decision.I’d assume a decision like that would have taken enormous consideration, even if you were dead set on leaving.A few years after that night, however, Alice Glass disappeared.Now, as someone who was born in the 1990s, I have to acknowledge that I have witnessed an abundance of change in my lifetime.Change is something that I have come to expect, despite growing up being told over and over again that “people are afraid of change.”To me, this is no longer true.
You encouraged me to question whether love is truly wholesome, or if it is just a quest designed to crush the weight of loneliness that is slowly moving in on us like the sliding-stone entrance to a dark, empty tomb.
I began to crawl through My Space Music in hope of speeding up the night that surrounded me.
Eventually I came across the band you were formerly part of: Crystal Castles.
We can insist on having robots Bugs and insects Useless Leave me for dead How can you love?
Program the head We get so demonstrated Nuts and bolts for granted Lie like a dog Now it's just wires Full of promise Robotic love I'm programmed to rust AIDS robot is clad in iron bolts Robot grunts have bled each other They wanna play with my placenta All we have is dirty weather Someone push the button I know we're just disease A bloody cyst What will you live, What will you die for?
Part of everyone is permanent and resistant to change.