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an acute but unspecific feeling of anxiety

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What A Feeling has a slight element of 1980s disco, and single Drag Me Down just goes to prove that Malik didn't take the band's angsty edge with him.
New series THE DRIVER Tue BBC1 9pm David Morrissey is fast becoming television's go-to guy for playing angsty middle-aged men who reach a dangerous crossroads in their lives.
I don't do gloom, I'm not cool enough to be all angsty and pent up.
Not only did my teacher (now a famous author) explain it brilliantly, but I was in the middle of an angsty phase.
In honor of the 100th birthday of Albert Camus, the Huffington Post Religion section featured an essay about the Nobel Prize-winning existentialist philosopher and favorite of angsty teens everywhere.
She said: "I wrote it at the lowest point of my life so it is angsty in places."
This 17-track record shows off a more mature side of Paramore - less angsty, less teenage problems, and gut-wrenching lyrics and songs that stick in your head for days.
And now Charlotte Church is back to showcase her further maturing as an artist and play songs off her latest album, from which tracks The Rise and How Not To Be Surprised When You're A Ghost are big, building, angsty slowburners worthy of repeated listens.
I managed to make sense of it and wrote some ditties to deal with my angsty teenager things going on!" There's no angst on the album.
She Makes War's angsty set came by the way of Hole.
You play the young vampire Jessica, the angsty teen blood sucker.
After the insipidly McFly-esque Matt Lonsdale and angsty US acoustic rockers Boyce Avenue the main act came on and you could understand why Harry, Liam, Niall, Zayn and Louis have become the pop darlings of the Twitter generation.
While her angsty songs like "Heavy Shoes" and "Pity The Hammer" are perfect for wallowing in romantic self-pity, it's Poushinksy's more upbeat numbers that make a listener realize she's a throwback to the time of the singer as entertainer.
Musically, it's pop-punk with angsty lyrics and the second song in, Ignorance, is the track from their latest album that Hayley wrote about her negative feelings for her bandmates when Paramore were on the verge of splitting up.
I feel bored and I feel bummed out and angsty and all of those feelings you're supposed to grow out of.