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Endwell and Their Inner Struggle

You burned this bridge now swim across / Pull me down and cross me out / Horns and tail I will wear proud / God it seems has shut me out

Endwell brings in some spiritual imagery on the song ‘The Bridge,’ off of their Century Media debut, ‘Consequences.’ But the track doesn’t deal heavily with religious subject matters as you might expect with lines like these.

“Basically that song is about dealing with the repercussions of your actions,” vocalist Sean Murphy told Noisecreep. “You learn that every action, be it big or small, has a reaction and sometimes the choices you make add up to an outcome you don’t want or expect. Those lines show the closing of one chapter to allow for another to be written.”

Murphy advises against ultimately looking outside ones self to accomplish goals. “Sometimes you want something so bad that you search everywhere for it, falsely confiding in people, looking for answers outside of the physical world – just searching everywhere you can. And sometimes when you’ve exhausted all your options you realize that no one and nothing in this world is going to help you get where you need to be except for yourself.”

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