Official music video for "Pictures of Girls" by Wallows
Our debut EP, Spring, out now: https://Wallows.lnk.to/SpringEP
Download & stream "Pictures of Girls" now: https://atlantic.lnk.to/PicturesOfGirls
Produced and Directed by Shelly
Director of Photography: Jacob Wolfert
Camera Assistants: Jakob Longcob and Jack Fahey
B cam: Chris Wholers
Hair and Makeup: Pearl Mazza
Production Assistants: Max Epstein and Violet Mazza
Is it just me or does like first 30 seconds sound kind of like one of the places you can go to in Club Penguin. Idk, it slapped in the face with the memory the first time I ever heard it and had flash backs to like 2012
Has cool parts but then they get into that flat monotonous "bang bang bang bang" beat that so many terrible songs always have. Lost me in that crap. It's juvenile. Keep the rhythm interesting and danceable fools. Perk it up and keep it there. Don't let the drummer just bang like that.
I work at Subway and I hear this song every day on Subway Radio and it sounds like shit on the cheap speakers, and I'm surprised by how different this song sounds on my Anker. Subway Radio is fucking weird with what it decides to play.
The very notion of "taking a break" from the one you love is often times misinterpreted as a somewhat cowardly way of ending the relationship without stating so bluntly for public consumption. In fact, what some refer to as ones "need for space from the partner" does appear to be a legitimate cry for just that -- space . It turns out that its not just men who crave solitude and withdraw into that dark room to spend quiet time inside their so-called man cave .
In this day and age, the traditional stigma that has long accompanied a couples decision to take a break from their relationship is gradually fading as a thing of the past. Its become increasingly clear that deciding to give each other space does not necessarily equal breaking up in the direct sense of the term. At times, it can be a healthy option -- that is, of course, depending on how it is that one or both of the partners plan to spend their individual time apart.
Based on my humble experience, Ive come to discover eight simple advantages that go hand in hand with this difficult yet (more often than not) mutually beneficial decision for two people to step aside and regroup.
If the good old AAA (Apology, Affection and a promise of Action) fails to work, and a quick fix a la "sorry" and "I love you" turns out to be nothing more but a momentary band-aid, you know taking a break may just be the answer.
Stepping aside and finding yourself can be vital, especially after years of coexisting in a committed, long-term relationship.
Give yourself and your partner the opportunity to let your heart(s) grow fonder. Ever miss the feeling of actually missing your other half? An emotion well worth revisiting, thats for sure!