Death Stranding | Silent Poets – Asylums For The Feeling (E3 2018 Trailer Song)


A silent, faulty feeling A silent, fault A silent, faulty feeling A silent, fault I sigh and fall to the ceiling I sigh and run to the kneeling Asylums for the feeling Ran out of all the meaning I ran out of It’s hard to fall believing It’s hard to fall So many men are losing While out there doing the proving It’s no surprise he’s dooming ♪Bring your friends, bring it all on♪ ♪Oh, don’t suck it up, no♪ ♪Bring your friends, bring it all on♪ ♪Oh, don’t suck it up, no♪ ♪Bring your friends, bring it all on♪ ♪Bring your friends, bring it all on♪ ♪Bring your friends, bring it all on♪ ♪Oh, don’t suck it up, no♪ ♪Bring your friends, bring it all on♪ ♪Oh, don’t suck it up, no♪ ♪Bring your friends, bring it all on♪ ♪Oh, don’t suck it up, no♪ ♪Bring your friends, bring it all on♪ ♪Bring your friends, bring it all on♪ ♪Bring your friends, bring it all on♪ ♪Oh, don’t suck it up, no♪ We seem to need another We need you all While finding our own cover We cover it all I find my own completeness The darkness and the weakness The light, the fight, the quietness We are here for you We are here for you Don’t suffer alone Tell us We are here for you We are here for you Don’t suffer alone Tell us

95 Replies to “Death Stranding | Silent Poets – Asylums For The Feeling (E3 2018 Trailer Song)

  1. The music seems fitting for what's going on in the game. Nearly everyone on the planet seems to be dead, or gone somehow. Strange beings that appear to be souls attached to some sort of strand try and take you away. The world just seems empty and lifeless. Makes the song seem all the more sad =( which is also amazing!

  2. I would love to get my hands on Kojimas personal playlist…that man has some exquisite taste in music.

  3. So I saw the news for the game and it showed us the main goal was to "Reconnect the world." What does that mean?

  4. Now what i think is the meaning of the song,in the game context,is that with this song,we,the audience tell the main caracter of Death stranding that he can share his suffering with us,that we are with him

  5. This sounds like a plea to men to open up about their feelings and emotions.

    We men live in a world where we don't listen to our own consciousness in favor of being told what we should think and feel. If we stray to far away from ourselves we may be better off dead.

    I think this is what Kojima means when he says Death Stranding is about connections.

  6. This music has touched my heart to it's deepest and is literally flowing with my blood throughout my veins……..I really love it❤❤❤❤

  7. The lyrics of the songs Kojima choses for his games are always an almost literal representation of the game plot. The game will probably take place in an alternate dimension where human concioussness and emotions reside as empyrical manifestations, the baby will be used as a failsafe to not get lost or be devoured into that dimention, a baby brain is not fully developed. and it's almost a blank state incapable of complex thoughts and emotions until certain age, making it the perfect "stabilizer" to be connected with. makes sense?. the song also talks about working with others to find your own "completeness" which fits kojima statements about players playing singleplayer but working together towards a collective goal.

  8. The game involves puppeteers btw and some weird puppet mechanic especially crazy when played online. Watch. Quote me when this game comes out.

  9. Those black figures that stand in the sky…. give me a very Metal Gear Vibe with all those crazy enemy Boses. Getting day one even if it sucks because it looks like quite a mind-trip.

  10. You may need to read this today more than me:

    It's ok.

    You're ok.

    Whoever you are, wherever you are, whatever it's happening in your life.

    It's ok, you need to hang in there to see things come into place.

    Call a friend, hug a pet, take care. We're all humans trying to figure things out on our own time.

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