depressing music

Don’t you just hate it when you’re having a super great day and then depressing music starts blasting your headphones? Just taking a good ole trip down the hall to the kitchen to grab a snack, and then you’re emo/goth/any-other-social-label-that-represents-tween-anxiety comes on, and your upbeat walk turns into droopy sadness. “What is life?” and “Why are we here?” moments, am I right? If this hasn’t happened to you, then you’re not as easily influenced by music as others might be. I remember when I was going through my emo phase, and man. Panic! at the Disco, Falling in Reverse, Bring me the Horizon—actually, I still like them, so shut up h8ters—but goodness, I really was a moody kid, honestly. Right now, I listen to a new phase of music; indie. I heard you chortle. Yes, you did. Those bands aren’t all depressing though. I know a really bad one, and you’ll laugh for sure; Evanescence’s “Bring Me To Life”. Now, some people might cringe, others are like, “Heh. I remember that.”, but the emotion behind it is what makes it that way. It’s supposed to inspire