Every time I think about this band, Tokio Hotel, all that runs through my mind is a constant loop of memories. This band is the band that keeps me rooted in my past and as much as I’m trying to work on being less nostalgic all the damn time, this is the one thing I will never give up on.
“Tokio Hotel is a German rock band, founded in 2001 by singer Bill Kaulitz, guitarist Tom Kaulitz, drummer Gustav Schäfer, and bassist Georg Listing. Its sound encompasses multiple genres, including pop rock, alternative rock, and electropop.” (Wikipedia)
I think the reason why I can’t really give up on this band, like, ever is because of the time in my life I was listening to them and how much they helped me feel more comfortable with myself. They helped me take out my angst in a safe and creative way which is why I will forever be grateful for their music. As I mentioned in past posts, I moved to the UK when I turned 11-years-old. I didn’t speak the language, I had no friends and I had to wait for ages before I was accepted into secondary school and so my only source of entertainment away from my friends back at home was music, YouTube and forums. I was listening to a lot of Avril Lavigne back then and I remember a few friends back home talking about Tokio Hotel so I decided to give them a try. I completely fell in love with their music and their message. I listened to them for a couple of years in between listening to other bands like Escape the Fate, Eyes Set to Kill and Nightwish as well as Kpop. I was also watching a lot of Naruto at the time so now I associate Naruto to Tokio Hotel, which is only slightly weird.
Anyway, here are my seven favourite Tokio Hotel songs.
Ready, Set, Go!
On The Edge
So here it is, a short list of my favourite Tokio Hotel songs. Do you guys like Tokio Hotel? Have you heard of them before this and if you haven’t are you going to give them a try? Thanks a lot for reading and make sure to check out my last blog post which is a list of all the movies I’m watching this October.
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