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No more Harm
From : Montse
From Munich they have always accompanied me, in good times and bad, attending since then all their shows in my city (Barcelona) coinciding (or not) with a period of personal harm, pain and sadness, I decided the following week to fly to Birmingham with my sister, something I always wanted to do but never dared: I wanted to see them perform in their city, maybe, I wanted to forget, maybe flee ... I did it in the most painful moment of my life..for a few minutes we could greet them! you always think that if someday something like this happens you would have 1000 topics to deal..fuck! , I just can remember the silence in the back street of the O2 at 11:00 in the morning, the cold stone where I was sitting, the voices of the sound technicians busy behind us, I remember loneliness, despite being accompanied , I remember being crestfallen and seeing the adidas of Tom entering my vision at a low angle .. I remember a few brief smiles, the sympathy that Russel gives off without just opening his mouth, a brief and expensive dialogue, a few smiles contained again and still, a inexplicable weight in me. I’ m with them! ! ...but I could not stop feeling pain, the same that I thank today, coz it was what gave me the strength and the the idea of ​​doing something like that! that's why I choose the song “ No Harm” , on the plane in the way out and on my return . harm in my life, currently i’m a go-getter . :)
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