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How To Hide Your Feelings- Man Overboard

Man Overboard are an american pop punk band from New Jersey that formed in 2008. How To Hide Your Feelings is from their third studio album ‘Heart Attack’ made through Rise Records. The album debuted at no. 46 on the billboard 200.

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First of all, congratulations to everyone who got their Leaving Cert results recently, and to anyone who got offered places in courses they have applied for! Well done! I hope you all enjoy your college experience and get where you want to be. 

To anyone who may not have gotten the points they were aiming for, or an offer from their first choices; congratulations! You finished the Leaving Cert, which is a feat in itself, and you are still standing the other side which I believe deserves a well done too. And don’t worry, there are other options out there to get where you want to be. Or if you don’t have a clue what you want to do in life yet that’s ok too. 

Life only begins now folks, its the start of it all. So make the most of it. <3

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After All- Dorm Patrol

Dorm Patrol are a pop punk band from Sweden that formed in 2010. After All is from their album ‘Big Apple 3.AM’

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Nothing’s Wrong - State Champs

Nothings Wrong is from State Champs debut full length album ‘The Finer Things’. A pop punk band from America, these guys are going to storm their way to the top. 

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A beautiful drawing by our very close friend hollifo of a favourite shared memory; Batty from Ferngully, voiced by Robin Williams. A heart-wrenching tribute to a man full of heart. 
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I don’t think I’ve ever cried over a celebrity beforeI hope you found Neverland, Peter

A beautiful drawing by our very close friend hollifo of a favourite shared memory; Batty from Ferngully, voiced by Robin Williams. A heart-wrenching tribute to a man full of heart. 

hollifo:

I don’t think I’ve ever cried over a celebrity before

I hope you found Neverland, Peter

The day we lost Robin Williams

Today we heard of the tragic loss of household name and comic genius Robin Williams, who was found in his home Sunday afternoon. He died by suicide.

Beginning his screen career as alien visitor Mort in “Mort and Mindy” in the 1970’s, Robin Williams has helped to mould our childhood memories with iconic roles such as Mrs Doubtfire, the Genie from Disney’s “Aladdin” and a grown-up Peter Pan who finds his inner child again. A man who struggled with depression and addiction is entire life, he showed great strength and courage trying to overcome these troubles. He stayed sober for over 20 years after drink and drug abuse problems, only seeking therapeutic help in his later years. And all the way, he willingly shared his gift of laughter with the world, bringing joy to many when he may not have been feeling so joyous himself. 

Though he was primarily known for his comedy roles, Mr Williams was an extremely talented dramatic actor. Winning an Oscar for his role in “Good Will Hunting” (1997), he turned heads in “Dead Poet’s Society” (1989) and broke through the big screen with his dynamic role in “Good Morning, Vietnam” (1987). My personal favourite was a generally unknown voice-role in animated feature “Ferngully” as Batty; a talkative fruit-bat who escaped from an animal-test lab and returns to the rainforest, not fully intact. I was quite the eco-aware child. 

As we remember a great actor, we must remember that he was also a father and husband, and more importantly a person. A person who touched many hearts in his somewhat short life. As his wife said yesterday, let’s hope that “the focus will not be on Robin’s death, but on the countless moments of joy and laughter he gave to millions”. Rest In Peace Robin, we say goodnight to a genius. 

"Never say goodbye, because saying goodbye means going away, and going away means forgetting." - Peter Pan

If anyone is suffering from any sort of depression, anxiety or abuse, or has been disturbed by these recent happenings, please talk to someone. Anyone. Talking about your problems halves the weight of that problem on your shoulders, and makes it easier to deal with and find the solution. There is always a solution. Don’t be afraid to let someone help you. There are people who understand.

The Outcast Crew is always here for you. Don’t be afraid to send us an anon-mail if needed. <3

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Late Nights- I Call Fives

I Call Fives are an American band singing music that goes back to the roots of pop punk.

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Dismantling Summer- The Wonder Years

The Wonder Years are a phenomenal pop punk band from America who are signed to Hopeless Records. Dismantling Summer is from their fourth album ‘The Greatest Generation’ which was released last year. TWY are on top of their game and undoubtedly one of the greatest pop punk bands around right now.

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Part Of Me (live acoustic) - Neck Deep

Neck Deep are a pop punk band hailing from Wrexham, and are slowly climbing up and up, making waves in the pop punk scene. Part Of Me is from their EP ‘Rain In July’ released in 2012. There’s something special about getting the crowd to sing Laura’s part in the song. Beautiful. 

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Bleed- Silver Story

Silver Story are a UK band and Bleed is the first single from their debut album ‘Cold Street Lights’ 

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