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}}'''"This Isn't The Place"''' is the third track on the 2017 EP ''[[Add Violence]]''. It was first made available through the official Nine Inch Nails YouTube channel on July 18, 2017.
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}}'''"This Isn't The Place"''' is the third track on the 2017 EP ''[[Add Violence]]''. It was first made available through the official Nine Inch Nails YouTube channel on July 18, 2017. Though currently only speculation, the unreleased song "[[My Dead Friend]]" seems to have a strong connection to the song's lyrics. Furthermore, it is also speculated that the song may be written as a posthumous note to [[David Bowie]].
  
 
==Appearances==
 
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"This Isn't The Place" [[NIN songs never played live|has never been played live]].
  
 
==Music Video==
 
==Music Video==
An official music video was uploaded on July 18th. It shows the machine that is visible on the front cover of the EP and pans across it before starting to zoom out at the end. During this a package labeled "Sotriviol" by a company called [[Cedocore]] can be seen. Because of this, as well as the fact that the director and producer of the video (Alex Lieu and Susan Bonds respectively) are members of 42 Entertainment, it is presumed a new ARG will happen. The video adds 6 seconds of silence to the start.
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[[Image:TITPstill.jpg|thumb|Screenshot from the "This Isn't The Place" video]]
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An official [[Nine Inch Nails music videos|music video]] was uploaded on July 18th. It shows the machine that is visible on the front cover of the EP and pans across it before starting to zoom out at the end. During this a package labeled "Sotirivol" by a company called [[Cedocore]] can be seen. Because of this, as well as the fact that the director and producer of the video (Alex Lieu and Susan Bonds respectively) are members of 42 Entertainment, it was presumed that a new ARG would happen. The video adds 6 seconds of silence to the start.
  
 
==Lyrics==
 
==Lyrics==
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   Carry me  
 
   Carry me  
 
   Carry me home
 
   Carry me home
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Further lyrics are printed on the physical component, that interestingly are a direct quote from "[[The Great Below]]":
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  I can still feel you, even so far away
  
 
==External Links==
 
==External Links==

Latest revision as of 21:18, 1 July 2018

"This Isn't The Place"
Album: Add Violence
Length: 4:44 / 4:51 (Video version)
Tempo: 122 BPM
Versions: This Isn't The Place
Live: Unperformed

"This Isn't The Place" is the third track on the 2017 EP Add Violence. It was first made available through the official Nine Inch Nails YouTube channel on July 18, 2017. Though currently only speculation, the unreleased song "My Dead Friend" seems to have a strong connection to the song's lyrics. Furthermore, it is also speculated that the song may be written as a posthumous note to David Bowie.

Appearances

  • Add Violence

Versions

This Isn't The Place

This is the only known version.

Live

"This Isn't The Place" has never been played live.

Music Video

Screenshot from the "This Isn't The Place" video

An official music video was uploaded on July 18th. It shows the machine that is visible on the front cover of the EP and pans across it before starting to zoom out at the end. During this a package labeled "Sotirivol" by a company called Cedocore can be seen. Because of this, as well as the fact that the director and producer of the video (Alex Lieu and Susan Bonds respectively) are members of 42 Entertainment, it was presumed that a new ARG would happen. The video adds 6 seconds of silence to the start.

Lyrics

  And if you see my friend
  I thought I would again
  A single thin straight line
  I thought we had more time
  Carry me 
  Carry me home

Further lyrics are printed on the physical component, that interestingly are a direct quote from "The Great Below":

  I can still feel you, even so far away

External Links


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