Hailing from Richmond, Virginia, Christian hardcore outfit The Blue Letter's 2007 release known as Prima Facie (Latin for "on the first appearance") paves a way for me to interpret it as follows: picture a girl who is deprived of thirst. She is in a forest, laying on the ground with a sickly expression on her face. She later begins to think about what transpired during her past and also the present, without worrying about the future in the process. As she gets ready to say goodbye to the rest of the world, the sentient trees surrounding her use their energy to somehow sacrifice themselves so that the unnamed kid can earn a second chance in life. Once the trees have disappeared, the girl finally gets back on her feet and her condition steadily improves. With hypersensitive hearing, she listens to the sounds coming from above: there is the sentimentality and rawness that's to be expected out of screamo, first and foremost. Instead of being rendered terrified, she starts smiling, tears running down her cheeks. It's all a miracle that our heroine managed to stick it out... Overblown as this might be, I personally think it's effective whenever you're listening to Prima Facie. Whilst not entirely perfect, the offering does a great job at invigorating the soul. No other thoughts to offer.