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Invisible Neon release a cover of All Time Low’s “Therapy”

Invisible Neon is a punk rock band based out of Sumter, South Carolina. The band recently released a cover of All Time Low’s “Therapy”, that you can watch below.

“The reason we decided on “Therapy” was because, lyrically, it’s a beautiful song. This song is one of my favorites. The line “I’m a walking travesty, but I’m smiling at everything” really gets to me because people (especially adults), always try to tell me who I should be and what I need to be in life in order to be “successful”.

I believe that success isn’t the same for everyone. If you want to be a musician and are willing to put in the work to get there, do it! Don’t let anyone try to put you somewhere you aren’t meant to be in, reveals vocalist Jarred.

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