Getting real intimate for Instagram.
All the internet hate on ABR’s new song and failing to live up to expectations makes me sick. While it’s inevitably offensive because it’s my husband’s work, I think the ignorance is what really gets to me. I mean, you’ve listened to one song, and you have the audacity to critique the entire album, the talent of the members, and the progression of the band as a whole? On what cause? Teenagers are silly.
Everyone in the industry knows you put out a safe song for your first single. If I’m being honest, I feel like Fault Line gets lost in the mix. That’s simply my humble opinion. Everyone likes different things. But it should say something about how incredible the rest of the record is. Bottom line: Even though I’m not interested in the metalcore scene, or whatever the kids are calling it these days, these dudes are beyond talented. It’s obvious. And I’m so grateful and humbled to call them my family. <3
While I’m ranting, I guess I should mention that you can pre-order the album here: http://www.merchdirect.com/augustburnsred I’ve pre-ordered, despite already having the album, simply because I respect and love these guys so much and they deserve all of the success that comes their way. End rant.
#tbt The hubs and his glorious beard post Christmas show. I love him and I love his versatile facial hair.
I have been listening to this album incessantly for two months now. (For someone who could care less about the music scene, this is a statement in itself.) I will always support my husband, but after knowing of the band for seven years, I can unbiasedly say that this record is incredible. It’s innovative and progressive, yet they remain true to their roots. It’s a work of art. You can pre-order it here: http://smarturl.it/augustburnsred
I miss you. La Ville-Lumière. #paris
Love this throwback the hubs posted on Instagram. <3
That’s a good looking crew.
My hubs is the ultimate babe. #hottie #marriage #inspiration
So excited to see this guy tomorrow!! <3
Hemingway’s acceptance speech for his Nobel Prize in 1954.
#tbt Oh, happy day!
My favorite place on earth.