If you dig chicks smashing shit up with baseball bats, tearing up convenience stores, setting stuff on fire, and just generally running amok, then Birds Of Tokyo’s clip for When The Night Falls Quiet is for you! And if you haven’t yet purchased their brilliant album March Fires, rectify that immediately.
Misandrist Music’s first garden-variety submission! This song, Coin Operated Boy, expresses the deep emotional pain of looking for a life-mate and equal partner among one’s male inferiors. Don’t worry, Amanda Palmer, robotics is getting better and better all the time! -Ms. Andrea Twerkin’
satisfy myself avoid beginners who long to shut my mouth til i take one of them home cause i know how it feels filling in the blanks looking on the bright side when there is no bright side coming in your pants for the off chance with a poster of a girl
Must reblog this video into my Tumblr every once in a while, it’s mandatory!
Although, it still bugs me how the French verses get chopped up in the video :/ Especially that she only sings, “Car je connais la sensation de chercher le fil d’or” and not “et de ne jamais le trouver,” which comes immediately afterwards, and would seem to be critically important to the meaning of the whole line.
So after many listens I’ve decided I do in fact very much enjoy this new Birds Of Tokyo track. A lot. Whilst This Fire is no Plans, it’s still a big and anthemic tune with an edgy video clip that sees lots of scary looking stuff going up in flames.
I’m still not in love with this song, unlike their last album, and it turned out that the song is kinda the best track on the EP. Still, an acceptable-yet-not-amazing Birds of Tokyo song > 95% of all other music sooooooo oh well. PS if you like fire you will like this video.