I see your point and I agree; this can't, shouldn't and won't carry on forever. TH must understand that as well. They need to understand trhat they can't live on the high wave of 2007, but to see the work, THE MUSIC and all kind of side-efforts such as the app. A certain realism we all ned to face at this point is good. I actually agree very much that if they plan on sit down, lean backl and hope that we'll just wait endlessly, it will not happen.
What I meant by the adaption we all need to do is that the sound, the boys themselves - bo0th pyhsically and mentally - change. The world changes around us. The boys grow up, their views to life change, their hopes, their dreams, their music will change. We either accept it or we won't. We also have to accept that at this point we... they... need some boost, something strong. I personally think that if we will keep living in a dream that 17yr old Bill Kaulitz will turn the world around everywhere he goes, it's unlikely to happen.
I can't fully accept all of these things yet, but I try my best. I'm not sure what kind of TH we will be seeing ion a future, but I try to see it from my own perspective: how much have I changed when I was at their age? Would I want to be the same person I was at 17? Maybe I shouldn't expect them to stay the sam,e either.
And yet part of me does. Why is it so hard to let go when I know I should? Why do I want to hold on to something old, when I could celebrate the growth of these four fine young men? I don't know.