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(in Existentialist philosophy) the dread caused by man's awareness that his future is not determined but must be freely chosen
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And they were a knowledgeable lot too, singing along to the angsty lyrics throughout.
Diamandis recorded FROOT in 2013 and 2014, when angsty, indie rock was at its Millennial Girls peak, and one year after her sensational Electra Heart wowed indie audiences.
But there's no doubting his work ethic now, as this film was shot over 11 years, depicting newcomer Ellar Coltrane's angsty adolescence from the age of six to 18.
Angsty teens are invariably thrust into a future world where perceived current trends in inequality or resource consumption have reached their inevitably bleak conclusion.
The character is seemingly very familiar; American, angsty, pretty but flawed, however this does the story a disservice.
The Fragile World is told alternately from Curtis' and Olivia's viewpoints, and DeBoard perfectly captures the angsty, ironic tone of a teenage girl hiding oceans of pain.
The next song, 6-19-12-5-4 has a lyric that Blur missed: "What's your story, why are you boring?" The music again has shades of Blur, this time the more angsty Popscene.
The title may suggest a cute indie comedy about the angsty pitfalls of young womanhood, the sort that might feature Greta Gerwig or Lena Dunham, but the subject of "Party Girl" has many more years, and heartaches under her not-so-chic belt.
Angsty students, goths and metalheads coexist harmoniously with the more mainstream community, united under the umbrella of the good rock music!
4) Thrasher Flame Logo Hoodie, $44.95 The classic skate magazine's logo burst in flames on the angsty teen go-to: the black hoodie.
Tamaki nails the miserable, angsty insecurity that most teens wear like a skin--and the glorious potentialities waiting them when they moult.
Packed full of attitude, it's loud and angsty without being too deep in the heavy metal genre.