clash cover

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The four-song encore from Against Me! on 03/03/17

0:00 - Laura Jane Grace intro on SXSW
1:13 - Baby I’m an Anarchist (Laura solo)
3:55 - Train in Vain (The Clash cover)
6:42 - Pints of Guinness Make You Strong
9:30 - Sink, Florida, Sink

Mind Palace Dreams

Sherlock lay on the uncomfortable sofa in John’s sitting room. John had long since gone to bed, after what they had gone through Sherlock wasn’t surprised. He should be exhausted…. his body definitely needed a rest, but his mind…. oh… that just wouldn’t shut off.

It was all too much, everything. Euros’s vivisection, everything he was, his tightly wound facade of pure logic, undone in an afternoon. Today he learned truths long buried, today he woke up, and life was forever changed.

God, he wanted a hit right now. To escape the rapid fire of his mind. To disappear in oblivion. But he couldn’t disappoint them again, not ever. 

Emotional context Sherlock, it destroys you every time." 

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This is a rather arty take on The Clash’s classic which really captures the haunting undertones that are only hinted at in the original. Singing through megaphones really emphasizes the popular-uprising-call-to-arms feel the lyrics have. You can imagine this being sung right now to the masses in Turkey, Venezuela, or Ukraine. And as always Arcade Fire’s instrumentation is awesome!