ISLANDS - a Captain Swan fanmix
1. Please, Please, Please, Let Me Get What I Want This Time (Killian’s POV) / 2. Elements (Emma’s POV towards Neal and how she can get over him) / 4. Islands (Killian’s POV) / 5. Promise (Killian’s POV) / 6. Love Love Love (Emma’s POV) / 7. Little Bit (Emma’s POV) / 8. Ashes and Wine (Killian’s POV)
"We are Sex Bob-Omb. We are here to make money and sell out and stuff."
"Alright, Lydia, I didn't want to say anything, but this - everything we're going through - we've kind of been through something like this before. A lot like this." "What do you mean? When?" "Your birthday party. The night you poisoned everyone with wolfsbane."
Do you consider yourself a feminist? Is the album supposed to be taken as a feminist statement?
There’s one song, "Sex, Yeah," which I think is. I would say that the new album explores the feminine psyche more than the first album, but I wouldn’t say it’s a feminist statement. But I consider myself a feminist because I believe women should have equal rights. Of course. It’s just that the term feminism conjures up other things for people.