Now let’s take what we’ve learned, and apply it to what we know.
We know that Yellow Diamond, Blue Diamond, and White Diamond have conquered a number of planets.
But no, not Pink Diamond.
From what we’ve learned, she was the “youngest” of the group. She had no prior experience. Still, she demanded an army, and a planet. Even if she was the youngest and inexperienced, she was still a Diamond. She wanted to be able to her part as one.
So they gave her a planet.
But I’ve seen this scenario play by so many times before. What happened is becoming more and more clear.
Pink Diamond came to conquer Earth, and instead came to love it.
But the other Diamonds, her “Older sisters”, of course would not allow her to keep the planet as it was. It was her job as a Diamond to terraform it. The job that she herself, said she deserved. But Pink Diamond wouldn’t do it.
So they came up with a compromise.
“How about we let you keep some of the inhabitants?”
That’s why the Zoo exists. Pink Diamond couldn’t save the Earth, but she could at least save some of the things that called it home.
Pink Diamond may not have been the Earth’s savior, but I’m not sure if she was it’s conqueror either. Or at the very least, she didn’t want to be.
There’s still so many missing pieces, but we’ll just have to wait for them to come together.
Can we p l e a s e talk about how this band deserves way more appreciation and recognition? If you’ve never heard their name before, now you have no excuse cause imma tell you all about them. By the time I’m done I’m sure you’ll adore them as much as I do.
So, a bit of context for starters: ‘I Don’t Know How But They Found Me’ is an American duo, composed by lead singer and bassist Dallon Weekes, and Ryan Seaman on the drums and backing vocals.
The main concept behind this project portrays IDKHBTFM as a “band out of time”, as explained on their website: “One who faded away into obscurity after struggling to find success in the late 70’s and early 80’s. Only recently, the internet has begun to uncover the performances and recordings of a band that the world wasn’t ready for. Perhaps the world is ready now…”
If you were to ask me to explain why I love them so much, there’s of course tons of reasons. They’re kind people. They’re exceptionally talented musicians, yet down-to-earth and humble individuals. They have the courage to pursue their dream, no matter how hard to achieve it may seem. They keep their live performances simple and focus on the music itself. The band’s way to present themselves in social media is pretty cryptic and mysterious, which in my opinion is really clever because it keeps everyone on their toes and paying attention. At least, I know I am.
Sadly, they have yet to release their first album, fact that has thousands of fans - myself included - waiting eager and impatiently. I don’t know what record labels are thinking that they haven’t offered them a deal yet but, c’mon people, wake up!
Anyways, to finish this post I’d like to list a few of my favourite songs on this band’s setlist.
Must include classic live performances opener and unreleased track ‘Nobody Likes The Opening Band’. Played with no background music other than Dallon’s snapping fingers, it serves the purpose of warming up the crowd to start the show. As it is inferred by the title, the song addresses the topic of being an opening band and playing to an audience that usually isn’t interested. Every lyric, despite its simplicity, it’s genius and honestly just so accurate. Things like the line ‘oh unfamiliar things will make us nervous, but singing here for you gives me a purpose’ sang with high pitched and flawless voice move me every time. Follower ‘so… take pity on the opening bands, cause no one came to see them, except their mom and dad’ always makes everyone laugh.
Next is a track that has blown up so quickly, as proven by its over 1.8 million views on YouTube. Choke is the second single that IDK has released, about 2 months ago. I think what captivates the listener is the contradiction between its sound and its lyrics. The first one is upbeat and happy, while the second one is just… creepy. To the point it has made fans wonder who is it about. Sadly Dallon hasn’t spilled the tea on this one, but of course the mystery just adds to it! ;)
An old Brobecks fans favourite that has made it into the setlist is ‘Visitation Of The Ghost’. Its best feature in my opinion is the instrumental part, the always-present drums and the simple bass chord just enhance the beauty of the lyrics and blend perfectly with Weekes’ voice. The way IDK perform it live makes it so special, as they invite a fan to the stage to play the bass while Dallon steps into the crowd to sing the ‘oh my lord’ part right next to them. An unmissable track for sure!
A full video of one of their live presentations can be found right below, in case you’re interested on checking them out further.
I’ll just be over here, looking forward to their album release and patiently awaiting for them to start touring and conquer the planet.
And of course, I wish them nothing but success and all the love in the world!
So I saw on Twitter a video circulating of some girls explaining a Jikook moment that occurred during their Wings concert. (video is above) It was apparently during a stream they had while talking about the infamous Nagoya concert. But to translate what they’re saying here’s a little summary!
During the song KM seemed to be singing to each other and started putting each other’s hands on each other’s necks? They began getting closer and closer to each other until their noses were literally touching. The interaction lasted a long time and fans kept freaking out and yelling. The blonde girl even mentions that she, for a brief moment, thought that it was fan service but the longitivtiy of it changed her mind? Lastly, Jungkook was not moving from his position and it was Jimin who ultimately ended the interaction.
EDIT: I re-watched and the black haired girl says that if it wasn’t for the size of Jungkook’s nose, they would have been extremely close. And fun addition the blonde girl also says she almost fell, and I quote, “to the fucking floor.”