Playing tracks by
The Neighborhood, Big Giant Circles ft. Ronald Jenkees, Patterns, Intrepidity ft. Mr. Carmark, Annabel Jones and more.
Actions have consequences. So if the action is not yet undertaken, is it similar to Schrodingers paradox?
The observation of a consequence redefined the action and whatever intentions it may have had?
Are all our consequences so biased that the intentions, however those may be, can never be truly discerned?
Following, our backwards engineering of resulting consequences can only be completely accurate by one who performed the actions, and so no one else can ever perceive a situation perfectly.
Making all this relevant: how many hidden subtexts can you see in these songs, that go completely against the obvious interpretations of lyrics or audible context in the music? Sort of like, a song that sounds sublime, but echoes despair.
And how would they make you re evaluate anything, if at all.
(Picture is of Ingrid Bergman, from the film Gaslight)