Not Completely Blonde | The Moment

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The Moment

by Not Completely Blonde

Your stomach churns with anxiety as out of your mouth slips three little words. Head pounding, heart beating; you never meant to say them. If only you could arrest time: stop the awful silence, put your life on a tape recorder, rewind and playback.
Genre: Pop: Folky Pop
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When we write songs, it takes a bit of time. One of us will have an idea: a line, a chord, a thought. This idea then becomes a fragment of a song and, with a commitment, hard work and much thought, becomes a sound and meaning that all three of us love and can relate to. Music to us is an overwhelming power; one that fills you up with all kinds of emotions and leaves you fulfilled afterwards. We love sharing this with people. We also love being teenagers, being with friends, eating cake, and crazy parties. We love busking on the streets and seeing strangers smile. We love performing in front of a crowd together and sharing our sound. We love writing songs that make you laugh, cry, feel love and feel empowered. We love music. So we’d like to share ours with you.


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