Monday, April 16, 2018

Daysdeaf - Everybody Fools - 2018



The English-language idiom, 'small world', is used when two people coincidentally share something unexpected; usually when two people know the same person, or meet each other in an unforeseen place. The idea behind Big Small World is to illustrate the surprising mutual connection that stems from the common adversity we face. The album uses themes of mental illness, materialism, love and loss, family and immigration to describe an atmosphere of belonging among us through our shared struggles and difficulties. The world may seem larger when one feels isolated by their problems or situation; they often forget that many people are going through the same thing at the exact same time. Consequently, the album is about personal connection, the bond between us; we seem to be facing our trials and afflictions alone, but we're not - we are linked by shared experience. And, when the stories of our troubles are unexpectedly bridged to one another, the world doesn't seem so big after all..

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