Thursday Music

I'm stuck on How to Destroy Angels today. The space in between is one of my favorite songs ever.

Thursday Music

Has it been too much Kælan Mikla on this blog during 2019? No, I don't think so. They're incredible and I will continue to spam the internet with their songs until I die. Let's do a post with songs from the latest album, Nótt eftir Nótt.

Wednesday Music

Soft Kill released the song Tin Foil Drip earlier this September and I have not got around to watch the video until now. It is one of the most powerful music videos in such a long time, and the lyrics are beautiful too. "Live from a world of empty threats. They can break bones. Sent …

Mid-Week Music

Seems Like Forever. It's a good album title and basically just how long it feels since the last time Rosetta Stone released...well anything. But a couple of weeks ago they did and I haven't had the time to listen to it properly until now. It's really, really good and I have Escape on repeat. It …

Top 5 Obsessions

  Drunk History. I'm slowly going through all the episodes again because they're awesome and hilarious. Lace Parasols and satin umbrellas. This is one of those insanely beautiful and useful accessories, unfortunately often just as pricey. But it would make summer more bearable when your eyes feel like they're going to burn to ashes from …

Top 5 Obsessions

There has been A LOT of music lately so I thought I'd dedicate this Obsession list to that. It's a weird, jumbled mess but they all are music videos and just....wonderful. Feral Love by Chelsea Wolfe. The sheer imagery in her videos, the sound and those sclera lenses. It's hard not to get caught up …

Mid-Week Music

I have mentioned Priest a few times before and I love their album New Flesh. If anyone reading this is a Ghost-fan you might recognize the former band members. I know the metal band somehow got huge a few years back and I've tried to get into Ghost for ages because they have everything I …

Mid-Week Music

Work has been overwhelming this week but I thought I'd share the latest video by Kælan Mikla. The song Draumadís is from their latest album Nótt eftir nótt and my record FINALLY ARRIVED this week. It's been held hostage by Swedish customs since before Christmas and I'm so happy to have it here. It's all …