I understand if you’re upset with me, really I do. I don’t deserve you. How can I expect to leave for so long and come back like nothing happened? The answer is: health. Sometimes health has to take a priority over music (shocking I know), but I hope you can forgive me as with my return I am convinced you will find some gorgeous new tunes to help you get over pain in your heart that my absence created.
I’m excited by these two lovely ladies. The two Swedes have just released their new track Julian, and I’ve already played it… let’s see… 36 times. Following the success that Bastille and The 1975 are currently experiencing after we knew it would happen all along, perhaps it’s best to listen to us, eh?
I think we’ve run out of new pictures of The 1975 to use in our blog posts, so I’m going to gamble and use this golden oldie. With the four piece rock band over in the USA for the first time, and with me, myself and I comfortably revising for exams in Chicago, we seemed a match made in heaven on a freezing cold Chicago evening.
There’s something unusual here, and you’ll probably get what I’m talking about within the first 15 seconds of this song. You think you can predict it, but all of a sudden there’s a note that makes you think twice or a lyric that provokes a double take. Fall Over is what I almost did when I saw this video because I was so in love with it. You’d best take a look.
Winter is almost over. It’s one of those things where it was exciting going into it and then we had Christmas and New Years Eve, and after that I was ready to see the sun once more. What better way to welcome in Spring with a gloriously youthful tune from Gold & Youth?
As we are so devastatingly close to Easter holidays (or “spring break” as I’ve learnt to call it), why not start them off a little early? Vicetone teamed up with the talented Colin McLoughlin to produce what is one of my favorite party songs of the year so far.
So I’ve had a hellish two weeks that have been packed full of exams (I seem to have them every week). However, the shining light in that dark forest was stumbling across a cover of Coldplay’s famous Fix You by American singer-songwriter Matthew Mayfield. Don’t worry, I have you covered.