‘Wall’ is about being in a self-destructive mood where everything feels pointless. You know nothing good can come out of punching a wall, but at the same time you’re so down that you don’t see what bad it could cause to get your emotions out.
‘Mindtricks’ is a piece about depression and psychological illness. A societal view is often rooted in a solution-based idea that everything needs to be fixed as fast as possible and as easily as possible. The problem is psychological issues are hard to deal with and they take time.
‘Split’ is a somewhat abstract piece about mirroring oneself in your partner whilst sacrificing yourself wholly. Going all in while the other person lingers.
‘Indifferences’ is a somewhat abstract piece about appreciating the little things.
‘Dance floor’ is about longing for a specific person.
‘Sound’ is about noticing how others feel if they’re not able to share their emotions by themselves.
‘Beam’ is about not knowing which direction to choose and considering the possible outcomes.
‘Head-first’ is about letting go of past experiences and learning to move on and tackling your issues head-on.
The poem ‘In-check’ is about learning to get to know yourself, your feelings, your moods, and how you can get yourself out of really bad situations. Wallowing in self-pity only reinforces the bad situation, so realizing that it’s about to occur can help you move on, even if it’s hard.