2015 TPM Awards: Most Ingenious Lyrics


While the concept guides the course of the album, lyrics are much more personal, and many people don’t even pay any attention to them.  I do, though.  So, while a concept could be amazing, the actual lyrics could be garbage.  There were some pretty memorable lyrics in 2015, so here’s my top 10 favorites.

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10. Hillward – “Flies in Amber Stones”

Insightful and numb

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9. Nad Sylan – “Courting the Widow”

Poetic and romantic

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8. Transport Aerian – “Darkblue”

Dark and dreary

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7. Breaking Orbit – “Transcension”

Hopeful and ethereal

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6. Kingcrow – “Eidos”

Practical and hopeful

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5. Steven Wilson – “Hand.Cannot.Erase.”

Sadness and inner struggle

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4. Gazpacho – “Molok”

Enlightened and exact

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3. Subsignal – “The Beacons of Somewhere Sometime”

Illustrious and incredibly creative

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2. Lonely Robot – “Please Come Home”

Metaphysical and somehow also grounded

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1. Riverside – “Love, Fear and the Time Machine”

Impactful and just so applicable for me on a personal level

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