There has been an assortment of feelings throughout this whole ordeal of the Coronavirus. Our lives have been changed to live through this part that has made a devastating impact in our history. We have time to be at home now, and we have to find ways to preoccupy ourselves. There's only so much movies and TV to binge and distract. Most of the creators I've been keeping contact with have said that music has been the biggest benefactor to keeping a positive mental headspace to be at peace. I'd have to agree, because it's been a big part of my quarantine routine. To find new songs or listen to ones I have with a new respect for how it parallel to my situation and I never noticed til I had the time to sit down and understand it from a different viewpoint.
Last night I started watching this series and here I am re-watching it. I went from "Why am I watching this," to "where has this been all my life" within the span of 12 hours.
Animation has always expanded in quality, style, storytelling, and inspiration. But there has never been a series that could do all of that at the same time. A thought that wasn't possible until Netflix released Love, Death, + Robots.
When I We all face this invisible crossroads with a comrade.
This lovely lady got her startup in stardom by playing Beth Greene on AMC's the Walking Dead. Prior to her time on the show, she already had musical talents that were yet to be discovered by an audience. Now in-between her acting roles on TV shows and movies, she'll shell out a new song or an album for her long awaited audience to enjoy.