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This song is for everyone who got an iPhone for Christmas. The song comes with a warning. Don’t get sucked into the alternate reality that lives inside that little screen.
On the weekend, watching the clock tick and contemplating the meaning of life.
People will look back and say that the 2020 lockdown must have been a golden age for creative arts if it produced songs like this.
It’s a time for celebration and sleigh bells for any classic rock band.
Sometimes it’s over too soon. Half of Yes in a new progressive pop album.
A warm and wistful Americana song of nighttime and flying.
The battle cry from the new live album.
Turn the page to December, and things start looking up.
The band needs a big electric truck. Please approve this requisition. New album Power Up out now.
It’s been the same problem throughout history. People obsessed with their iPhones.
Giving thanks doesn’t have to be all quiet and introspective.
So much of life is unplanned and unexpected.
Stand for something. Even zero is something.
Repeat after me: I have the right to take up space in the world.
Gloom and anticipation. Ain’t the night heavy.
A painstaking reconstruction of the most famous medley in rock.
There are some people who you can only picture in a specific place.
It’s so hard to pick just one costume.
They think they know all about you, but you keep surprising them.
Drawing power from the spirit of the times.
That feeling when you know where you stand.
A track left unfinished when Good Karma was released, this song can only be described as more good karma.
With love, there is no distance. That takes the sting out of an era of self-isolation.