This Providence - This Providence
"Are you throwing everything you have at me? Cheap shots, low blows will you ever let it go? You're so pathetic give it a rest, you're not going to win. Never gonna."
The sophomore album released by This Providence, which just so happens to be their self titled. The lyrics upon this album are very well put together and organized. The album seems to deal a lot with the theme of love, lust, and helplessness. A Wolf In Sheeps Clothing is a great opener to the album. It has the perfect upbeat tempo to it which goes well with the improved style This Providence has discovered. Have you ever felt like you couldn't take the struggle and anguish that life throws at you? Have you ever felt that everything around you was changing so fast that it had passed you by? Or pehaps you have met a girl that has swept you off of your feet and gave you the feeling as though you could fly. This Providence covers it all within the lyrics of their songs. Cardhouse Dreamer is the perfect example of what everyone goes through at one point in their life. You may believe you have things under control in your life, but really, it's the other way around.
My Beautiful Rescue is the slowest, most beautiful song of love you will hear. "I'm falling more in love, with every single word I was told. And I'm fallin more in love with every single word, you say. I'm falling head over heels for you" Who hasn't felt that type of joy in their life? It seems as though together, This Providence has the ability to tap into every experience you would be able to have in your life and write a song about it.
Those two songs are just simple samples of what can be taken from the self titled effort by This Providence. If you purchase this album, you definitely will not be disappointed. The least you will be is surprised by something magnificent.
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