The songs “Beautiful Pain,” “Beauty in Pain,” and “Beautys in Pain” are the lyrics of the new album from the band Beautiful Pain.
It’s not about sex or love, it’s about drugs and drugs, and drugs and more drugs.
The new album comes out on September 13, and we caught up with lead singer/guitarist Jason Toth and his bandmate Amanda O’Neil to find out how the songs came together, how they got together, and how the band is dealing with the controversy surrounding their lyrics.1.
Who are you guys and what do you do?
Jason Toth: We are all from Canada, and when we first started writing songs we had never written a song about a guy.
We wanted to write about women, so we put that out there.
We just wanted to create a song that was about women and love, and it’s a very feminist song.
It is not about men, but about love and women and drugs.
Amanda O: Amanda O was born in Canada, but her father was from Ireland, and her mother was from New Zealand.
I guess we grew up in New Zealand because my mom is Irish.
And she grew up with a very strong, feminist family.
She grew up on the west coast, so it was very different.
Jason: Amanda is really good friends with my wife, Lizzie.
We were in the band together before we ever had the chance to meet, so she and I just kind of connected on that level.
Amanda and I were both born in the mid-1990s.
I was born on April 30, 1992, and Amanda was born February 4, 1993.2.
How did you guys meet and start the band?
Jason: We were playing a bunch of shows at home in the summer of 2015, and then Amanda said, “I want to make a band.”
I was like, “Oh my god, this is amazing!”
We decided to get together, but Amanda didn’t want to go out with me to the clubs with a bunch, and I was so excited.
I didn’t know anyone.
I just wanted a group of friends to play music, and this is where we ended up.
Amanda said we were going to start a band.
So we started a band and we all got together and started playing.
Jason and Amanda are two really good-looking guys, and they both have really nice, laidback personalities.
Amanda is a really cool, down-to-earth girl who has a really good sense of humor, so that helped.
It was a really easy decision.
Amanda has a good, strong voice.
Jason is very energetic, and he’s super talented.
We’re very good friends, and she’s very good-spirited.3.
How has the reaction been from the public and the press?
Jason, Amanda, and Lizzi have all been really supportive.
They’ve been really good about it.
Lizzy, my girlfriend, was like one of the first people to talk to us about the album, and was super supportive.
I mean, it was kind of like, hey, what are you doing?
Amanda said that the people who didn’t like the album are the people that we want to be in the bands.
Amanda’s just a really nice person.
We’ve had to learn to be friends with them because she is really passionate about the music, but also really supportive of our band.
I think that was important.
Amanda, Lizzy, and Jason have all really taken to it.
Amanda also plays bass, which we are all really into.
We really love that.4.
You guys have been writing songs about sex for about 10 years now.
What made you want to put them out now?
Amanda: We all started writing this song in 2010.
Lizzy had been making music for a while.
She wrote a song called “Love of a Man,” which was a little more about a woman and her feelings about her husband.
We all wrote songs together, so I started writing a song in 2011 called “Sex and Drugs,” which is about women’s feelings and drugs in general.
Liza wrote a really beautiful song called, “Beauties in Pain.”
I’ve always been interested in writing about drugs.
We had this song about how I have had so many different experiences and I have never been able to tell people about them.
And I think it’s so important to share that.
It really was like a cathartic song to me.
I really wanted to share those feelings and talk about it in songs, so when we wrote that song, we knew we had something really special to do.
I feel like the first time we put it out, people were like, we should be doing this, we shouldn’t be doing that.
I felt like it was really important for me to tell my story, and the song was so beautiful and so powerful