Released in 2019 within When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? , which debuted at #1 on the UK Albums chart. It’s eerie lyrics and instrumental make it perfect for October. But it’s amazing rise on charts and eerie sound are not why it’s a halloween choice to cover. The concept behind the song itself is creepy. Billie Eilish wrote the lyrics from the perspective of a monster under her bed. That makes the song just that much more creepy.
It’s good to laugh even in the face of fear. Especially when that fear is absolutely hilarious. Switching Styles is bring you the hilarious from the horror of Halloween with these Halloween parody songs that will leave you in stitches.
Halloween is a source of horror and terror but it doesn’t have to be just spooky. There’s a lot more to the Holiday than fright. It’s a time that Autumn turns to fall and gives us a chance to reflect on the past. It’s a time to make adorable snow people and snow angels. It’s a time for endless hot cocoa with sprinkles.
It’s not hard to find love and romance in the scariest time of the year. There’s something magical about watching horror movies with loved ones, and cuddling while watching the screams and gore on the big screen.
Add in the Horror flick couples we see every year such as Sally and Jack, Victor and Emily,Barbara and Adam Maitland, Ed and Lorraine Warren, and of course, Mortica and Gomez Addams.
When you consider a Winspear event, many think of a form of performance that’s passed its era. Although that may be the case, it’s not a genre that’s being ignored. Dennis James is not just an organist, he’s a historical music preservationist bringing the cultural and artists experience from a hundred years ago to the modern-day.
Remember when we discussed Disney Medleys? This is the same style but a whole new genre. Instead of princess and princes, there’s murder and mayhem. Instead of birds singing about dreams and hopes and other birds, these medleys are made to make your skin crawl. Horror movie theme songs can be as popular as their…
The simple answer to the long story is that I started a blog about covers and parodies because I wanted to share them with people. I want to write about songs that are unique because they aren’t the original.