Becoming Bristol hits us in the feels with Liars and Thieves

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Becoming Bristol’s new song “Liars and Thieves” is an indie rock jam with an anthemic vibe that lasts from start to finish. The song contains lyrics that seems to be about a man searching for God with a heart full of hope and also lyrics about how humanity should be kind to each other and help each other. The song has a feel-good vibe and may even have the power to inspire people to act better towards each other. The band from Seattle, Washington consists of Britt Espinosa, Jack Espinosa, Tyler Mays, Manny Gounder. It is evident that the four band members must have excellent playing chemistry together to be able to create something that sounds this great! This is a sound that will surely blow you away!

Hear this excellent song:

“Liars and Thieves” is a song about realizing that deep down, the line of good and evil cuts through each of our hearts, which means we ought to have a new level of empathy for each other, instead of pushing each other away. The song draws heavily from Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn’s quote “If only there were evil people somewhere insidiously committing evil deeds, and it were necessary only to separate them from the rest of us and destroy them. But the line dividing good and evil cuts through the heart of every human being. And who is willing to destroy a piece of his own heart?”

More info about Becoming Bristol:

http://www.becomingbristol.com

www.facebook.com/becomingbristol

instagram/becomingbristol

Twitter/bbristolband


Written by Ryan Cassata

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