i’m not over how good georg looks, and even bill is so much more filled out and healthier than he used to be!
can’t wait for the new albummmm.
whoops still addicted to tokio hotel, guys.
does anyone else prefer the way the song was recorded? i know they changed the performance of it because bill’s voice dropped, but i feel like there was just so much more power this way and i feel like maybe he could have hit those notes. or he could now at least, after his surgery?
anyway. they haven’t played this song live in years, but i love it, so if they were to, well. i don’t know if bill could hit those notes necessarily, but i mean, they also changed the emphasis of where the notes are placed - he used to hold out those higher notes longer.
in this video, which is from before the one above, but after this one, in which he does the shorter “mir bist” parts, he is definitely straining trying to go up. maybe it’s just not possible, but i wish it were.
oddly, it looks like all my humanoid photos got wiped. unfortunate. but it’s cool going back through the 483 and the schrei years, and even before that.
tonight’s been pretty low key, quasi-serious stuff because that’s my mood, but i’ll dig into the funny stuff, maybe this weekend. keep an eye out!
für einen Tag, für einen Nacht, für einen Moment.
making bank and having fun doing it. i know i’ve complained about your complaints about fame, but i hope it wasn’t all paparazzi and late nights.
we all know it wasn’t. we all know it isn’t. it’s a little glorious, too.
ich bin da. wenn du willst!
ganz egal wo du bist - an deiner seite.
this picture is titled “1st photo found” in my tokio hotel folder (which, along with most of my files, took a great hit when my computer crashed senior year).
and that’s true. i was searching for a good haircut - still in my punky phase, i mean, i’ll never grow out of it - and bill’s big hair and the other two showed up. i’ve been hooked ever since. only wish i’d discovered ‘em sooner.
get ready, kids, tonight may be a long, throwback, kinda night.
just turned the lights off.
(ich bin nich ich - tokio hotel, once known as devilish.)