‘Stand Out, Fit In’- The Controversy of Contradictions

An important post in really listening to and liking our True Self.


If you’ve heard of ONE OK ROCK then this blog’s title may be ringing a few bells for you. If not, then you’re like me before I went to Japan and learned of the bilingual lyrical genius of Moriuchi Takahiro. I came to love this band for multiple reasons. Their pop-punk music nostalgia-whacked me back to hours spent in front of Kerrang! music videos; their mixing of Japanese and English gave me hope for language learning and their lyric and music style combined to make the listening experience consistently inspiring. The first song that I listened to was Stand Out, Fit In – where society’s (and our own) judgy tendencies are brought to light in how they impact other people. Have a listen and let me know what you think!

I wanted to use some of the lyrics from this song as a structure to break down some of the…

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