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Album: A Letter To Ashley - Single

Artist: Your Broken Hero

  • Genre: Alternative
  • Release Date: 2020
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 1

  • Copyright: ℗ 2020 EMO'S NOT DEAD

Tracklist For A Letter To Ashley - Single By Artist Your Broken Hero

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A Letter To Ashley Your Broken Hero 2:49 USD 0.99

Reviews For A Letter To Ashley - Single By Artist Your Broken Hero

  • Emoazing!!!

    By Bondgrl00007
    Amazing! Inspiring and purely the epitome of an emotional masterpiece! Thank you for saving EMO!
  • Freakin Banger!

    By Graffish
    Matt’s here to remind us all that Emo’s not dead! Took me right back to high school.
  • Nostalgia Found Amidst a Pandemic

    By Fhem bc
    In combination with the pandemic and the fact that most of us who grew up listening to the music Matt makes videos about are turning 30 soon, this song creates so many nostalgic feelings. It’s awesome that all of us 90’s/late 80’s babies have person out there who’s trying to keep alive the lifestyle we so deeply appreciated. Although the dress attire may have faded out, the music never did, and Matt highlights that in this song. Thank you. 🙏🏼
  • Mom, it wasn’t a phase...it’s a lifestyle.

    By Adam2881
  • So so good

    By Trohan
    This song makes me remember what it was like to be alive. Thank you!
  • E.N.D!!!

    By keithprat
    I’ve watched this music video about 5 times and had to download the song! Matt, I really hope you release more.
  • Thank God for Emo!!💖🖤

    By juliagoolia7
    This song takes me back to middle and high school. I really love it 🤙👾🥲
  • END for real in this song

    By amooso
    The perfect song to remember that Emo’s not dead.
  • All joking aside.... this rules.

    By mackey199
    I know it’s suppose to be satire but music like this made the world a better place. Since it’s retreat, the world had gotten more callus and cold. I believe if emo gave a glorious return we would have less problems in the world.
  • Incredible

    By poopstain mcgee
    This song is the perfect mix of nostalgia and satire. I’ve been brought back to my days in college during the mid 2000’s, driving hours to a show and heading back that night to take midterms. I’m grateful for Matt Cutshall and his Emo’s Not Dead series. Please make more.

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