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Blueberries Lyric Video

bearcole | April 4, 2024
Blueberries YouTube Lyric Video

Here is the “Blueberries” lyric video for your enjoyment. Musical artists often explore profound and challenging themes through their craft. One such example is the song “Blueberries” by Bear Cole, Bear the Astronot, and Michael Patrick Ceol featuring Feral Business. This collaborative piece falls under the genre of Alternative Goth Hip-Hop, offering an energetic and engaging sound that belies it’s serious subject matter: PTSD and self-harm.

These artists have never been known to shy away from dark or difficult topics. They are all known for adding a thick cynical and sarcastic tone to the difficulties some experience with depression and mental illness. In this song they bring that to the forefront.

Set to be featured on their collaborative album titled “Ghost Heart,” scheduled for release in 2024, “Blueberries” is a striking exploration of the complexities surrounding PTSD and the often-hidden struggle of self-harm. Despite the gravity of these issues, the song approaches them with a unique blend of vibrancy and poignancy, making use of metaphor and allegory to convey its message. At first listen, “Blueberries” might captivate with its infectious rhythm and catchy hooks. However, diving deeper into the lyrics reveals a narrative that speaks to the internal turmoil experienced by those grappling with PTSD and its accompanying symptoms.

The song cleverly employs the metaphor of “berries” to represent the bruises and wounds that individuals afflicted by PTSD may inflict upon themselves as a form of self-harm. Self-harm, a manifestation of the inner anguish and distress often associated with PTSD, is a deeply personal and sensitive topic. Yet, “Blueberries” manages to approach it with both sensitivity and creativity.

Through its upbeat tempo and lively delivery, the song sheds light on the paradoxical nature of self-harm – a behavior that can be both a coping mechanism and a source of further pain. The collaboration between Bear Cole, Bear the Astronot, Michael Patrick Ceol, and Feral Business brings a diverse range of talents and perspectives to the table, resulting in a track that is both musically compelling and thematically rich. Each artist contributes a distinct voice to the song, adding layers of depth and complexity to its overall narrative and vibe.

Accompanying the song is a lyric video that further enhances the experience, offering visual cues that complement the lyrical content and deepen the listener’s engagement with the subject matter. The video serves as a poignant reminder of the importance of raising awareness and fostering understanding around issues like PTSD and self-harm. Ultimately, “Blueberries” stands as a testament to the power of music to illuminate the darkest corners of the human experience. By tackling a challenging subject with creativity and compassion, Bear Cole, Bear the Astronot, Michael Patrick Ceol, and Feral Business have crafted a song that not only entertains but also educates and inspires empathy.

As “Blueberries” prepares to make its debut on the “Ghost Heart” album, it serves as a reminder that even amid pain and struggle, there is room for hope and healing. There is also always room for sarcasm and cynicism in art. Art is a non-linear form of expression. Through their music, these artists invite listeners to confront difficult realities with courage and compassion, fostering a sense of solidarity and understanding in the process.

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