During a class discussion on how place can affect the creative person and inspire creative ideas, it came to my mind how one of my favorite bands, Twenty One Pilots, used this idea of "place" in order to create their music. Their music has been deemed creative by anyone that has listened to them, whether it is liked or not. This is because they tend to sing songs with sad lyrics, but this is often covered by a happy beat. They do this in an attempt to bring awareness to depression and suicide and how often times, people that deal with these psychological issues cover themselves behind a happy face and it is unexpected that they need help. In this two person band, one person is in charge of the beat and the other person is in charge of the lyrics. The person in charge of the lyrics lives in Columbus, Ohio, a place that is often known as cold, dry, and can make someone feel depressed easily during the winter times. On the other hand, the person in charge of the beat lives in California, a place known for a lively population, sunny skies, and overall happiness and joy. These two people allow themselves to be inspired by the emotions that they feel where they live so that they can then inspire others. They are in a way empathizing with their audience and forming and recognizing patterns of how the creative place affects their moods and emotions.