Hum echoes the past while Failure drives forward.
Any preacher worth his salt can deliver a sermon that evokes a rollercoaster of emotions. It’s an old practice, the “preacher embellishment,” which is often achieved through anecdotal stories, with the preacher as the hero and central figure who overcomes ...
"The TV kept us alive for all these years, and, for some reason, now is the time for us to play. It’s nostalgia for a band you’ve never seen."