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Well, we tended to reject the contract offer from Mister Eyepatch's record company anyway. In our survey you guys had also voted against it with a tiny majority. Nevertheless we were a bit surprised when we received a short mail from the label a few days ago: On second thought, it would probably be better not to rush hastily into anything, but we should keep them informed about our further development. Ava immediately formulated a suitable reply, which I don't want to withhold from you:
Dear people at
thank you very much for your message. Of course we can understand your change of mind. Who wants to commit themselves prematurely? The timing of your decision shortly after the band has made a clear statement regarding Rammstein is certainly just a coincidence.
Unfortunately, we cannot comply with the request to keep you up to date, because we already have a nasty gag reflex in our throats while writing this. Nevertheless, we wish you good luck with all further rectal explorations.
With disgusted regards,
I think by now Ava regrets the quick click on the send button. For a few days now she seems a bit dejected. I can understand that. Ava is working so hard to one day make a career in the music industry. An industry where everyone knows everyone and that never forgets anything. It's possible that this email will be a problem for her and for us as a band in the future. But on the other hand I celebrate Ava for so much guts and steadfastness. Don't we need more people who don't take part in all the cronies' affairs and take a loud and clear stand when something goes the wrong way?
What do you think? Do you like the mail? Or was it stupid?