Attic Theory have released their third single, “Papier-Mâché”, featuring Kevin Martin of Candlebox. The song is a powerful anthem about mental health, and it comes at a time when this topic is more important than ever.
The song’s lyrics are about the struggle to be true to oneself, even when others try to define you. The singer is metaphorically wearing a “papier-mâché” mask, hiding their true self from the world. They are medicated and suppressed, but they are still fighting to break free.
The song’s message is one of hope and empowerment. It is a reminder that we are not alone in our struggles, and that it is possible to overcome them. The collaboration with Kevin Martin is a perfect fit, as his vocals add an extra layer of emotion to the song.
The song begins with a slow, brooding intro that sets the scene. The drums and bass create a dark and ominous atmosphere, while the guitars add layers of texture and melody. The vocals enter, singing about the feeling of being trapped in a world that doesn’t understand them.
As the song progresses, the tempo picks up and the energy level increases. The guitars become more distorted and the drums become more aggressive. The vocals become more passionate, expressing the singer’s frustration and anger.
The song reaches a climax of sound and emotion, before coming to a sudden stop. The listener is left breathless and exhilarated, just like the protagonist of the song. “Papier-Mâché” is a powerful and important song, and it is sure to resonate with anyone who has ever felt like they were wearing a mask. It is a reminder that we are all worthy of love and acceptance, just as we are.
Listen to Papier-Mâché below
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