All of you are like 13 and need to grow up. Kellin Quinn is not the band. You are never going to get with any of the members so I don’t know where you got the idea that you might marry one of them someday. So stop sending death threats to Kellin’s wife or any of their girlfriends for that matter. It’s not cool, you just look like desperate bitches.
Every person who used to listen to their music before you assholes got involved.
We hate you.
Santa’s Pissed|Motionless in White
Let us get in the holiday spirits.
|"I’ve always been obsessed with happy songs that have morbid lyrics. Lyrically, this song is one of the darkest I’ve ever written. It’s about being obsessed with someone to the point where you’re hurting yourself. A lot of it is written almost like a suicide note meant to be found by the one you love. It’s completely crazy and extreme, but it’s also comforting "- Vic Fuentes|
|The Balcony Scene:|
|is about him loving a girl & wanting to be with her so bad, & although she loves him & wants to be with him too, she's afraid to take that next step with him because she has been scarred by past relationships that went wrong.|
|The Boy Who Could Fly:|
|"We went back to our SoCal punk roots for this song. The entire thing is punk beats and super-fast guitar work. It's almost therapeutic for me to play, because it represents everything that we loved playing as kids. Mike [Fuentes] is the fastest single kick drum player I've ever seen, so this song features him in all his glory. The lyrics talk about an unhealthy co-dependent relationship in which I couldn't live without the other person because if you took her away, I would lose half of myself. It's about obsession and desperation, and the stupid things you do when you're in love. Musically it's the craziest, most intense song we've ever written."|
|Bulls In the Bronx:|
|has a crazy story to it. It’s a sad story, but it inspired the song. It’s about this girl who is 16, and her friends wrote to me and said she recently committed suicide, along with a link to her Tumblr page. It was one of the most haunting things I’ve ever seen. It’s so sad because she was such a sweet-looking girl too. There were things on there where she would say how she thought she was worthless, ugly, and all this crazy stuff. That whole thing really stuck with me for a while, and I wrote this song about her.|
|The First Punch:|
|s about a few different things, but I’ll tell you about one of them. We tour with a lot of bands that act like little rockstars and treat their fans like shit. It’s kind of a ‘fuck you’ to those kinds of people. I don’t ever want to be like that.|
|"The last time I saw my ex-girlfriend, she left all kinds of random things behind at my house:||travel shampoo, a razor in the shower, hair clips, etc. It was basically just a bunch of stuff that kept reminding me of her. After a while, it made me miss her, and I wondered why we ever broke up in the first place. When I wrote the music for the chorus, I knew right away that I wanted to ask my friend Jeremy McKinnon [of A Day To Remember] to do the screaming parts on the chorus and bridge. A few weeks after I wrote the song, I approached Jeremy with the idea and he agreed to sing on the album. It turned out to be one of my favorite tracks once we collaborated. One of my favorite things to do is make music with my friends. That collaboration makes the songs very special to me."- Vic Fuentes|