Just when you think Billie Eilish breaks demonic stereotypes, new artist Carolesdaughter is beyond creepy
Carolesdaughter uploaded her first hit, “Violent,” on January 14, 2021. In one month, it got more than 3 million views. Unlike Billie Eilish’s demonic song and video, interpretation can be debatable for the ignorant. Carolesdaughter MTV needs no introduction or explanation—it’s infernal.
We should be less worried about her song. Sex can be found in apps, violence in movies, and witchery is for sale on Etsy—what could be worse?
The “Violent” lyrics does not justify
The song ‘Violent’ is about a sad love affair. The lyrics aren’t as demonic or suicidal compared to Billie Eilish’s songs. In fact, Carolesdaughters refrains from “being violent.”
The creepy dolls, blood, and all that weird and gothic make-up reflect sadness, frustration, and even an unwanted sad abortion—arguably an artistic interpretation of a breakup struggle.
“Don’t make me get violent
I want my ring back, baby, that’s a diamond
You don’t listen anyways, I’ll be quiet
I don’t really feel like fighting
Don’t make me get violent…”
The “Violent” imagery is just violent
It used to be that this imagery was found only in “horror movies.” Kids get scared, and we couldn’t sleep. Today, it has desensitized young people into thinking; demoniac is a norm—well, it’s not, it’s Satanic, and it’s not cool.
The point is, Satan no longer hides and he’s after young people.