How many times have you been told not to judge a book by it’s cover? Well, don’t. Not this book, at least. While the whimsy and silliness of their name might throw you off, Bony Macaroni is a band that knows how to cut deep. Their latest release, “Bony the Philosopher,” is a slice of pure acoustic emo that explores questions of religion, faith, truth, and purpose. Bony’s struggle with faith is one that I’m sure resonates with more than a few readers. God can be hard to believe in sometimes, although the idea of him being real and being out there somewhere sure is a comforting thought. This is a heavy subject, and Bony Macaroni delivers it with poignancy, honesty, and conviction. The stripped down production makes everything that much more intimate, and the vocal performance is raw, evocative, and explodes with feeling as the song draws to it’s climactic close.
FROM THE ARTIST:
“This song is about my attempts to regain some sense of purpose after the loss of a truth that really used to be mine. Call it an existential crisis, but I used to have a truth and now I don’t.”
ABOUT THE ARTIST:
Bony Macaroni are making self-loathing cool again. At least, they hope so. Because, after previous failed attempts at life in general, these dudes want to give a f**k again. Their moderately heart-wrenching and semi-catchy debut EP will hit the digital shelves early 2019. With potential bangers such as debut single Piece of Sh*t and new single Doom, nothing can stop these guys (we think).
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