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How I Feel About Lower Than Atlantis Breaking Up...

I AM HEARTBROKEN

I feel hurt, I am hurt. This hurts, this is painful.
This isn't the first band to breakup for me, but this is probably the most painful. I cried, I've cried over other bands breaking up, but not like this. This is just super painful. This stings. To quote The Reason by LTA "My heart was on the floor in a million pieces, battered and bruised, black and blue and incomplete".

I honestly am so upset by this breakup, like okay, yeah I've had loads of bands breakup on me but this is one of my favourite bands and they have been for years. My heart is honestly so broken. And I am gonna try so hard to go and see them at one of their farewell shows, I just need that chance to see them and say goodbye, to get closure.

I did have a feeling this was coming, but it doesn't mean it hurts any less. It still hurts just as much as if I wasn't expecting it.
I am hurt and upset.
In all honesty, I've had two and a half shitty weeks, so this doesn't even shock me anymore. It just hurts so much. I will well and truly miss them. They're an incredible band and they weren't problematic either. They were in the same group as like YMAS are, so it almost came as like a must that you knew who LTA were. I will miss them so much, and I'm so thankful for them. They're such an amazing band and they will be massively missed.
I'm gonna give you my top 5 tracks just to end this all because I'm so sad about it all.
1. The Reason
2. I Know A Song That Will Get On Your Nerves
3. Emily
4. Could Be Worse
5. Live Slow, Die Old
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