This J-Rock band mixes electronic music with post-hardcore similar to that of Dying Diva or I See Stars here in the US. Their screamer, on the other hand, has a high-pitched scream rather than a low and throaty sounding one.
“Sir, if it’s not going to put you in too much of a bind, I’d like to resign as company First Sergeant. If I had my choice, I miss being back amongst the men. I’d be happy to go to as Staff Sergeant, whichever platoon you want to put me in.”
“That night I took time to thank God for seeing me through that day of days. And prayed I would make it through D plus 1. And if somehow I managed to get home again, I promised God and myself that I would find a quiet piece of land someplace and spend the rest of my life in peace.”
“You wanna know if they’re true or not, the stories about me. You ever notice with stories like that, everyone says they heard it from someone who was there. And then when you ask that person, they say they heard it from someone who was there. It’s nothing new, really.”
#4: Kings Of Convenience favourite song(s): My Ship isn’t pretty, Gold in the air of summer, Cayman Islands, Me in You favourite album: Declaration of dependence the first song you heard: Misread. favourite member: Erlend, he’s an idol. favourite lyrics: “If only they could see, if only they had been here they would understand how someone could have chosen to go the length I’ve gone to spend just one day riding holding on to you I never thought it would be this clear” seen them live: once! It was awesome. when you became a fan; why you got into them: I don’t really remember when I became a fan of them. The first time I listened to Misread it was a long time ago, I was in the first years of my teen age (that means a d-bag) but I liked the song. But then in 2009 I decided to listen to them again and I downloaded and then bought all their music and I fell in love with them. So I went to a gig where I also met Erlend and it was awesome, really.
The duo that is La Roux really stands out to me. The mysterious and enigmatic songwriter Ben, and the eccentric red headed vocalist Elly who refuses to dress more feminine like. They are all about music rather than appearance, and I love that about them.