Darragh GinleyI can’t write music,
But I speak words that dance.
Waltzing from my lips,
Words that clap and prance.
Verbs that whistle,
Nouns that sing,
Adjectives with horns,
And bells to ring.
A jolly troupe, a sad band,
Howling a spectrum of feeling,
So loud and so grand.
They chant, they croon,
All night, All noon,
Giving rest only
in days come soon.
Soon, this moon, beneath I’ll lay,
And in my throat, the words will stay
Blurred Reality are a 3-piece metal band from County Armagh, Northern Ireland. A group of 3 friends who have got together over their similar taste and love for making music. With influences coming from a range of genres from Metal to Jazz. Our goal is to not only bring our sound and performance to the masses, but to also bring the music of those around us to the same place. We plan to bring our music, and bring it hard!
Our music in once sentence :
Riffs for days, played in different ways.
What inspires us to make music :
Honestly, the thought of seeing people feel inspired about music the same way we do when we listen to our favourite artists. That feeling of inspiration that allows someone else to create something amazing. Being able to see our ability and audience grow over time and expand every day, with every song. We find inspiration through giving inspiration.
Our favourite song :
The three of us would all give the same answer. A little song we have called The End of Attrition. It was the first song we all wrote as a group, not long after forming, and to this day still seems unbeatable. Maybe that’s due to the connection we all have with the song with it being our first. Either way, it’s always the song that finishes our set and it’s always a song that is so much fun to play. It gives us a particular kind of energy that is unlike any other song.
We have heavy plans for our online presence, and with the way the world is looking recently with the current lock down, we are going to be pumping out a lot of content, so I urge you to follow our YouTube Channel for any updates.
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By Colin Heaney
Lush green spills peridots over the fields of delight, and the children dance and play and echo ruminations of joy. Daniel stands at the crest of the hill, hands in his pockets, eyeing with an envious eye, watching with a watcher’s watch, scolding with a lecturer’s scorn. The pickpocketed sun taunts his isolation and from some dim cavern his parents’ voices hold weight; beasts of hatred. He lowers himself, crouching, hands still salvaged in his khaki pants.
“It goes like this, Patricia.” The girl twirls, invoking merry go round polka dots.
“Tag! You’re it!”
“You can be Spider-Man, I’ll be Batman.”
And who was Daniel? He snatched at the grass, at those little hairs of viridescent beauty. His hands plucked and plucked and a tempestuous onslaught of tears rocked the boat of his disposition. They fell; they landed; they were swallowed by the dirt.
The other kids, lost in the harmony of playfulness, paid no heed. Daniel was out of earshot, and beyond their eyes and thoughts. He was a shade enveloped in the fog of a Victorian graveyard. He might as well have been in the clouds. But this was not to be his homestead, so he tore tufts from the earth. The earth that neglected him, tossed him, abandoned him to lonely solitude. He was making good progress, watching as green waves parted to reveal the filthy under-layer: the real world.
He would have continued if not for a hand in flight, a hand that landed on his bony shoulder. He peered around.
Moonstone eyes sparked the flint of existence. “Hey, I’ve seen you around before. What’s your name?”
Daniel swallowed bitter stones. “Daniel…”
The boy offered his hand. “C’mon. You can be Green Goblin.”
The clouds danced away on the ballroom sky, and the trees shook in merriment. The voices carried all afternoon.
By Daniel HealyWhat I taste when I’m awakening,
Is weight of warmth that smothers kindly,
It wraps me in the mother-ness
And holds me with that firm kind-ness.
It speaks to me when seldom speak,
It holds me when I’ve lost my hold.
And when the warmth outside now dims,
It smothers me with feelings bold.
When the nightly watch begins,
To hold me in the ether still,
I walk around and seem to think,
Why stumble from this subtle thrill?
The fall of day brings seldom back,
The feeling that we’ve come to lack,
And when the blindfold draws a-still,
I wonder where the subtle thrill?
Chanting thoughts of warmth and merry,
Bring forth something quite contrary
Of what the morning seldom brought,
For subtle warmth is what we sought
By Daniel HealyAlkaloid warmth, broth I ponder,
The sweetness, of my caffeine enriched meander,
Surging, inciting, faro-style heat,
My thoughts are racing for a quick sneak-peak,
For enticing mania, xanthine induced,
Brings cups full of brilliance in one dehydrated loop.
For a contraindicated, syncopated, heartbeat that’s endured,
A smiling blue sky, a dachshund that’s yours,
On top of a hill, a floral chorus sing,
Opportunities are but a fleeting thing.
But down comes a tumble, and like Jack and Jill,
Comes rolling down with a shrieking shrill,
The missteps of finding Havana at desk-side,
To try and awaken that slumber induced side-eye,
But for the lashings of sweat that sure do come soaring,
I’ll be sure to repeat it all again in the morning