The Song That Depicts Your Story – Fixed Fate

Chuck Berry invented rock music in 1955. Rock is popular music that originated as “rock and roll” and developed into a range of different styles in the 1960s. Basically, rock music has centered on the electric guitar, usually as part of a rock group with electric bass, drums, and one or more singers. In the early 1970s, American rock music was highly influential in the development of a number of fusions, including blending with folk music to create folk rock, with blues to create blues rock, In 1940 rock music styles, either the piano or saxophone was typically the lead instrument, but these instruments were generally replaced or supplemented by guitar in the middle to late 1950s. Rock music has also served as the vehicle for cultural and social movements, leading to major subcultures including mods and rockers in the UK and the hippie counterculture that spread out from San Francisco in the US. Even after so many years, rock music is still popular today. The new generation loves it, just like the old generations of music lovers. The main reason for rock music to be so popular is because it has many sub-genres. So, you will find something for everyone.

Back again:

Back again is the track nine from the Fixed fate band. It is an American band from New York. This band was made in 2012 by lead guitarist and singer Jon Bessette. This band is ready for the release on May 10th of their first full-length album “A Year in the North” in 2019.

Back Again is a song written by Jon Bessette. Production and arrangements are also done by him. Mixing and mastering are done by Sarah Appl and album art by mjyoungart.

Back again written by Jon Bessette emphasizes on the mistakes we made in our life’s and how we became used to them, and we didn’t want to change our self. The writer focuses on the fact that when we make mistake for the first time, we become upset and afraid of the consequences, we wanted to learn from those, but when same errors got repeated, we become used to them and accept them as part of our life. He also mentions the walls we create around our self, which stops our brain to learn and change. New ideas and thoughts stop when we become habitual to our shortcoming and mistakes, and that stops us to grow. The song is dark and intense, it reflects our modern day thinking of unwillingness to lower our egos and learn new things from our mistake. At the same time, it’s thought-provoking as well, as to think where our new generation is heading towards.

An Answer in the Stars:

This song is written by Jon Bessette. Production and arrangements Are also done by him. Mixing and mastering are done by Sarah Appl and album art by mjyoungart.

An answer in the star by Jon Bessette starts with the feeling of loneliness and hope the writer has in fate. The Writer is looking for support and companionship but, in the end, living a sad life all alone. The second half represents the mixed feeling of writer where he is optimistic about life and hoping things will change, but at the same time also knows that things will be going to change by their own. The songs represent the current mental status of most of the people who are living their monotonous life and hoping one day some miracle will happen that will change their fate. The song has both shades of darkness as well as hope that things will change one day. Listening to the songs many times make you feel nostalgic and take you to a la la land where everything was perfect.