Posted September 09, 2018 12:28:08The lyrics of the new single “Beautiful Madness” by the group Lovely Pain are just as crazy as the lyrics of “Harmony” from their first album.
Loving pain and suffering in all their forms is a powerful message for young people in Australia, who are increasingly seeing it in the news in the form of the #LoveIsLove hashtag.
While the song was released in Australia on Monday, Lovely Pain will hit Australian shores on September 10.
The band said they chose to share the song because they wanted people to understand how difficult it is to be a young Australian in this world.
The song is part of a global movement called #LoveISLove, which aims to educate people on the importance of being compassionate towards each other and to treat one another with respect.LOVELY PARENTS OF VICTIMS of sexual assault and abuse, including the late comedian David Attenborough, have also spoken out against the #NoMeToo movement, which was sparked by the story of a 19-year-old Australian woman who said she was sexually assaulted by a man she met on Facebook.
“I think that we have a duty to speak out, to be able to share these stories, to put them in the public domain, and I think that’s really important, particularly because of the impact that the #MeToo campaign has had on people,” Lovely Pain singer Alex O’Connor said.
“The response to that is absolutely amazing, and hopefully it’s a catalyst for us to speak up a little more.”
Hopefully it’ll get the conversation going a little bit further.
“It’s not the first time the song has been used in Australia.
Last year, the song’s Australian counterpart, the band’s debut album, Beautiful Madness, featured the lyrics to the song, which included the line, “When I walk into the room, it feels like I’m in the middle of a dream.”
The Australian singer-songwriter also shared the song with her fellow band mates, who shared their own interpretations of the song.”
It’s an incredibly powerful song,” Lovely Parent of Victims frontman Alex Ollivander told News.com.au.”
When you hear it, you don’t realise how it’s so powerful until you hear other people’s versions of it.
“The song was written in response to the #YesAllWomen movement and has already been used by celebrities including Kate Upton and Kylie Minogue.”
We’re all human, we all have the same human rights. “
It’s about respecting the lives of other people.”
“We’re all human, we all have the same human rights.
We can all choose to not be here.”
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