The world is a beautiful place, but we have to make it that way.
My first exposure to The World Is A Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid To Die was over a decade ago and I felt nothing. Crammed into a ***ty Midwestern bar, I saw a mess of emo stalwarts. They were ragged and overly sentimental; vital and genuine, but rough and overzealous. They've existed in countless permutations since then, morphing into something altogether different from the great emo-revival-hope of the early 2010s.
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