The Neighbourhood has maintained a steady fanbase for the people that support their songs and any new creations that they put out.
I have a question that may not have a correct answer or an answer in general, but I know this is a question on the mind of people that find romance a bit odd or off these days.
I remember listening to Come Undone as a child and I loved the song, I begged my mom to play it over and over in the car. My mom only bought the CD just for that one song and didn't really care for the other selection of songs so it went into the obscurity of our media cabinet.
Despite the fact we have a conducted thought process to conduct what to say, somehow a certain sentence slips through that makes this self-scrutinizing turmoil begin and it just doesn't stop.
In the greatest sitcoms that make us forget our troubles, or find comfort in relating to those problems through charismatic characters or similar scenes to our own modern life. But then there's that one episode that stands out for not the best reasons.
When I was going on one of my eight o clock at night drives, the song Every Breath You Take by The Police came on my car stereo.