So isnt this song supposed to be really deep? Cant tell if house party is meant to be a form of satire or
Nah, Just a form of horrible band.
Horrible band, no. Horrible video, kinda
Yeah the video is like a lesser version of Whiskey in the Jar. And yeah, this song is apparently pretty deep.
the song is "deep," but it seems to be just about how god isn't real so you should just live your life. and the people in the video are definitely living their lives and having a good time. most of the tracks on the album are about suicide so yeah this would have been weird if it were another song.
Mine's PBR On Ice but this is a close second.
I didn't really enjoy this album as much as Youngbloods
Me either, it was still good though.
RosaParks just shit himself.
it was ok, i hear the same most weekends at local shows.
I don't mind these guys but this video is really fucking bad. Goddammit Amity.
Loved it! My favourite band
My favourite song on the album and they make a party video. No just no.
song is dope
party videos suck
But props for Ahren reppin a defeater shirt
yeah party videos suck ass
nah probably because
haven't slept in six nights
my dickhead friend once sent me a text that said "dude i just pissed out of my ass" i was lke wow wtf you freak
party videos suck 
First of all, way too much slow-mo in the band, especially the vocalist. Also, I feel the song has a very philosophical premise, that basically there is no need to look for God because "I found beauty right here and a passion to give," underlying a metaphysical purpose found in an everyday setting. I like the song, and the lyrics to this album highlight a certain maturity these guys show.
But in terms of the video, I guess I'm just disappointed that "beauty" seems to be watching scantily clad women beat each other with pillows and make out, while "passion" is drinking a lot and doing stupid things.
kinda loses the meaning of it
still prefer the earlier work of this band.
Yeah they definitely cut out pretty much all the emotion from this song with this new video. Open Letter by itself or the live video really does hit hard emotionally though.