He Loves Me Not
He Loves Me Not reflects how a relationship can fall apart without explosion, but also through the gradual erosion of our hope. This is shown by small changes in language, tone, and colour... as doubts creep in, perceptions change, and we're left with very little but all the beautiful petals on the ground.
Chocolate is about friendship, about coping with everything life throws at you & persevering... It's about love, money, and the true value of things... But really, it's mostly about courage... & chocolate, obviously.
Fireworks is a song about dealing with societal rhetoric. We all know crowds often make poor decisions, but even intelligent individuals can get swept up in the wave without even noticing it. Patriotism, politics, and religion can be prime examples, but there are many schools of thought and new orthedoxies that run on the same principles. People who "doubt", disagree, or ask questions are often branded... but we must, at the very least, be able to ask questions.