Most Addictive Song (for now) #007 Flyleaf "Thread" by Kevin Thorson on 2015-02-25 09:26:18
It's no secret that I'm a huge fan of Flyleaf. Their music is everything I like. Heavy, catchy, deep lyrics, and a touch of scream. Yes, their new set without Lacy is slightly tamed down, but they still have that edge that I love. Kristen could not have been a better replacement. Her vocals are extremely crisp and still edgy. A perfect choice.
Moving on now to the actual song. "Thread" is definitely one of my favorites from the new album and I can sum up why with three words: Ahhh, ahhh, ahhhhh. The best part of the track! Kristen rolls into it beautifully right alongside the guitars which leads into a great solo. Gotta love it.
Check it out below and let me know what your favorite Flyleaf song is!
A musty odor had been coming from the vicinity of my husband’s man-cave for months. I chalked it up to his old collection of books and memorabilia, but the real cause will force us to tear things up to get to the root of the problem and fix it.
Slightly Obsessed #232: Beyond the Veil of Tears
When trials fall upon us, our human response is to find an escape. The bigger the emotional storm, the more frantically we search for something or someone to rescue us.
Slightly Obsessed #231: Suddenly
When we feel the most lost may be the very moment we discover that someone is searching for us.
Slightly Obsessed #197: Are We Spiritual Darwinists?
Two secular scientists recently stumbled upon evidence challenging their evolutionary assumptions. Do we subconsciously doubt God's power and quietly live a similar Darwinian existence? Are we ready to be challenged to believe in His power to intervene in our lives?
Slightly Obsessed #229: When Pain Is a Good Thing
The pain takes us down and drives us to our knees. We long for relief, for a way out. But in the secret place of suffering, we discover that pain is our friend.
Slightly Obsessed #228: The God of the Grateful
My world had just fallen into a pit. We had a young daughter, four other children, and no insurance. I was so sick that I didn’t even know if I could get to the doctor for tests. Despair rolled over us in waves.
Then God spoke.