Kate Mac | So Here We Go

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So Here We Go

by Kate Mac

I love all things aesthetic, and piano is my love and my buffer to brutal reality. I'm a pretty good lyricist; my songs conjure up thoughts not of but closely associated with trap doors and creaky staircases to attics with suspicious shadows. Love.
Genre: Pop: Piano
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In my head art, music, and really good literature all reflections of creation; you can't look straight at God or you'll burn your eyes out. I don't believe in censorship at all. Beauty, nasty, elevation, ugly, despair, and desire are only a few pieces of a big picture. There are butterflies, and there are rattle snakes. I don't know why, but there they are.
I think music is a guardian for me. I've had a really rough road, as I'm sure many people have. I don't feel sorry for myself. Being a performer is kind of weird for me because I'm pretty antisocial, but we do the things we were made to do. I get a microphone in my hand and I forget about the crowd; I'm not really there either. I'm going to be singing lead power vocals in a classic rock cover band. It helps vent, a little. Beauty for ashes, but despair can turn to rage.
One of the things I love about writing songs is when you perform somewhere, and that one person chases you down because they need to tell you how much they related to the song.Music is a way to say things when the words won't come out of your mouth. Sometimes I listen to a song,and I imagine how those same uncomfortable words would look on a scratched on a lonely sheet of paper, minus the sound. You can say some pretty freaky stuff if you apply an instrument. I'm learning not to be afraid of using my voice as an instrument, instead of just another way to save words.
I don't think that people always realize the reality behind the lyrics. As a songwriter, I have realized that sometimes you have to go to some bad, good, and ugly places to write a good song.
I think the very best musicians are the ones who can make you feel that very thing; they use sound and language to reflect the raw origin of the thing. It'll burn your eyes out.
Really I'm mostly an self conscious, emotionally saturated drama queen who doesn't like being human, or being around other humans. (no offense) Strengths include heart of gold, completely transparent, and a tongue like medusa. I believe strongly in the principles of truth and honesty; I feel that whether you are demented, infatuated, or exhilarated, you can't be afraid of saying what no one else will say, or doing what no one else will do if it is art in it's purest form.



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