Forever The Sickest Kids – Chin Up Kid

“Chin up. Press on. You will survive.”

My Perfect Disaster

This is the first thing I heard after turning on the computer. I can’t even quote the lyrics because I’ll end up typing everything. My only conclusion is that you’ll like this song if you’ve been through all sorts of problems; love, friendship, school.. anything that made you stop. But at the end of the day, or a few weeks maybe, you’ll cope up, learn from that experience, and live your life better. You will survive.

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A Little More Music

So recently, a lot of new singles have been released and I must say I am loving everything that I’m hearing. Here is a compilation of the songs in no particular order:

Hung Up – Hot Chelle Rae

I Like That – Before You Exit

(Check out their I Like That EP! Every song is amazing!)

Maybe Tonight – The Summer Set

Brave – Action Item

Heart Attack – Demi Lovato

Blog Title inspired by the song A Little More You – by Before You Exit

Push Play

Push Play

Got my reward from the official Chris Wallace Street Team! It took me months to gather sufficient points, and exactly on my birthday last month, I got 5000+ points which is required for an autographed CD!

I was so happy as soon as I received this because Push Rewind is my top favorite album of 2012! Thank you TruthOrSarah.com for introducing me to this amazing musician back then!

Thank you so much CWST!

Action Item Kicks Off the New Year With “Resolution”

Brave is my new favorite song! And I think I may have a new favorite band soon enough 😉

Truth Or Sarah

Resolution album

Truth:

Action Item just released their highly-anticipated follow-up album to their “Stronger The Love” hit. “Resolution,” appropriately released January 1, 2013, is the focus of the band’s upcoming winter tour with Paradise Fears and Before You Exit. The album includes previously heard singles, “Brave” and “Good or Bad.”

Sarah:

It’s no secret that I love Action Item. But with the release of “Resolution,” it shouldn’t be a secret why. The young-adult-contemporary group showcases their massive talent in the unique album. Opening with “Where We Left Off,” the band simulates growing up and moving on. The minute-long instrumental intro sounds like a graduation tune, and frontman Brian Cag’s singing sounds like a commencement speech. The EP title’s namesake can be used as a “resolution” theme song, but it can also be used as a daily motivational track. The band slips in the their amazing accomplishments:

Do you know the feeling that you get when…

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