‘Hollow’ is ‘The Truth’ and ‘The End of the World’
The Hollow is the end of the world, according to a new song by a popular US band.
The song, which has been circulating online, has been written by the band The Strokes, and has been covered by other bands.
“The Hollow is The Truth,” the band wrote on their website.
“When we hear the end is near, we know it’s not going to be nice.
But we know that there is hope.”
The Stroke has not commented on the lyrics.
In its Facebook post, the band said the lyrics were “inspired by the last words of the late Neil Diamond, a singer, poet, songwriter and a revolutionary who stood up to the racist, fascist, homophobic, anti-Semitic and sexist forces of our times”.
The group said the song was inspired by the final words of his last words.
“In the end, when we are all Hollow, when our Hollowness is all that is, we will all be one, the same,” the post said.
“There is no ‘us’ or ‘them’ anymore, just us.”
In a tweet, the Strokes said: “The hollow is the truth, and there is no end to the world.”
The Hollow has become a hit on the internet with hundreds of thousands of views since being posted to YouTube last week.
The video has been viewed nearly 7 million times, according the account of the video.
The band members said in their post that they are “not just writing about what is happening in the world right now, we’re also writing about how to fix it.”
The group posted the song on the band’s Facebook page last week, and on Tuesday, the song’s Facebook fans shared it on their own pages.
The Stroaks’ song has been a hit in the US, with the song being the most popular US song last year, according a report from the music site RIAA.
“This is the song that the Stroke is best known for, and this is a song that is a part of the Strokese lexicon,” the report said.
The group also released a video for the song last week and has released a music video for it.
“We think the Hollow is a pretty big idea and we want to make sure that it gets a fair hearing and that we don’t hurt the Stroking’s brand,” they said in the video for their song.
In an interview with the Associated Press last week the Stroks said they wanted to use the song as a message to their fans and “make a positive difference”.
“We hope this song will help to remind people of the power of the Hollow and how important it is to know what it is,” the song said.