"Bethany Neville's" latest ethereal album Rest In Peace is about her journey unpacking her trauma. Come follow her journey as someone who lives with CPTSD, she holds onto hope that everything will get better while also experiencing times where she wishes she was back in the state of blissful ignorance. Rest In Peace is about how it's time to let the old version of you go and become the new person you've been dreaming of becoming, exploring the genres of synth pop to alternative to electronic. Taking inspirations from musicals as well. These songs are going to take you on a journey through hell all the way to heaven. Including the limbo in-between. From songs like Pretty Girl From Hell being a tale of being in a psychiatric hospital all the way to songs like Faith about regaining hope in life and trying to do everything within your power to live your best life. Ending the album on Horror Movie which is a song about childhood trauma and how you no longer wish for the horror to be the main inspiration of your art and life anymore. Rest In Peace is supposed to show all the different sides to her mind as it fights the chaos of her mental disorders, in hopes to help destigmatise these issues and that you can get help, you can get better. Though things can still be rather painful, and the darkness is comfortable, you need to break free and face your demons. And learn to understand that, well, you can't always understand why someone or people have hurt you in such a terrible way. Quite a few songs have the topic of amnesia in them, which is common symptom for someone who experienced trauma as a child more than once. The reason the album was named Rest In Peace, is simply to finally let these parts go. Understand that they are apart of her, learn to love them and live her best life which is making music. Come take a walk through her mind with her other worldly vocals and follow her down a rabbit hole of her own creating. Rest In Peace.
"Bethany Neville's" latest ethereal album Rest In Peace is about her journey unpacking her trauma. Come follow her journey as someone who lives with CPTSD, she holds onto hope that everything will get better while also experiencing times where she wishes she was back in the state of blissful ignorance. Rest In Peace is about how it's time to let the old version of you go and become the new person you've been dreaming of becoming, exploring the genres of synth pop to alternative to electronic. Taking inspirations from musicals as well. These songs are going to take you on a journey through hell all the way to heaven. Including the limbo in-between. From songs like Pretty Girl From Hell being a tale of being in a psychiatric hospital all the way to songs like Faith about regaining hope in life and trying to do everything within your power to live your best life. Ending the album on Horror Movie which is a song about childhood trauma and how you no longer wish for the horror to be the main inspiration of your art and life anymore. Rest In Peace is supposed to show all the different sides to her mind as it fights the chaos of her mental disorders, in hopes to help destigmatise these issues and that you can get help, you can get better. Though things can still be rather painful, and the darkness is comfortable, you need to break free and face your demons. And learn to understand that, well, you can't always understand why someone or people have hurt you in such a terrible way. Quite a few songs have the topic of amnesia in them, which is common symptom for someone who experienced trauma as a child more than once. The reason the album was named Rest In Peace, is simply to finally let these parts go. Understand that they are apart of her, learn to love them and live her best life which is making music. Come take a walk through her mind with her other worldly vocals and follow her down a rabbit hole of her own creating. Rest In Peace.
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Artist: Bethany Neville
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"Bethany Neville's" latest ethereal album Rest In Peace is about her journey unpacking her trauma. Come follow her journey as someone who lives with CPTSD, she holds onto hope that everything will get better while also experiencing times where she wishes she was back in the state of blissful ignorance. Rest In Peace is about how it's time to let the old version of you go and become the new person you've been dreaming of becoming, exploring the genres of synth pop to alternative to electronic. Taking inspirations from musicals as well. These songs are going to take you on a journey through hell all the way to heaven. Including the limbo in-between. From songs like Pretty Girl From Hell being a tale of being in a psychiatric hospital all the way to songs like Faith about regaining hope in life and trying to do everything within your power to live your best life. Ending the album on Horror Movie which is a song about childhood trauma and how you no longer wish for the horror to be the main inspiration of your art and life anymore. Rest In Peace is supposed to show all the different sides to her mind as it fights the chaos of her mental disorders, in hopes to help destigmatise these issues and that you can get help, you can get better. Though things can still be rather painful, and the darkness is comfortable, you need to break free and face your demons. And learn to understand that, well, you can't always understand why someone or people have hurt you in such a terrible way. Quite a few songs have the topic of amnesia in them, which is common symptom for someone who experienced trauma as a child more than once. The reason the album was named Rest In Peace, is simply to finally let these parts go. Understand that they are apart of her, learn to love them and live her best life which is making music. Come take a walk through her mind with her other worldly vocals and follow her down a rabbit hole of her own creating. Rest In Peace.