Being well-informed of oneself’s standout quirks, foreign characteristics, vexatious ticks, learning style, mental capacity and unique talents aids in the development of resilience while acknowledging that you are only human and will wax and wane through trials and tribulations until the day that you inevitably leave planet earth.
Whether you fly your own kite or not, you are not perfect and if you face your own struggles with grace, you will only create a better life for yourself. Seattle Eccentric Rock band, Gumshen, sheds light on the broad emotional landscape that they candidly explore throughout their music over their latest music video and single release, “Fallacy”. Shocking listeners with the nearly identical and standout vocals of Smashing Pumpkins vocalist, Billy Corgan, Gumshen is grounded in a variety of genres that spread across “Fallacy” and euphorically brings the track to the forefront of one’s psychological musings.
“More and more the corpus speaks” is a line with “Fallacy” that keeps your wheels spinning and showcases the amount of growth an individual can encounter no matter what peak you have reached. The manner in which Gumshen acknowledges that life is more than a curated collection of happy moments is estimable, and it is apparent throughout the music video (which was recorded at The Market Theater in historic Pike Place Market) that the group has come together and cohesively added each individual’s musical talents and unique elements into a bowl and whipped up a real and modern band. The concoction of facing the nasty cocktail of bitter disappointment and frustration on top of a good measure of plotting whatever else human beings should also be feeling truly leaves you asking yourself when you have in fact been a fallacy in life.
Gumshen recognizes that this experience that we call life is extremely fluid and faces the fact that every human will inevitably rise and fall throughout their lives. A job well done on “Fallacy”, gentlemen.