we’re relatively gangster
“yet again, we’re the only ones”
i croon to my personal domino’s pizza
(i don’t think it gets the Grizzly Bear reference)
you know, what I actually eat might be considered pretty unhealthy and shit like that
but considering the fact that I’m working on basically one meal a day I’d say it sort of balances out
so as it turns out, conjunctivitis really fucking blows
loling at the bitch who took my Young Lion audio post, with my own personal commentary, deleted the commentary, and then said THE EXACT SAME FUCKING THING except less eloquently.
you know what would have taken a lot less time?
*click reblog key*
you take your time, young lion
i actually started crying on my second listen-through of this album, at this song. after so much indecision and pain and terror and heartbreak, this track is a lullaby.
it’s okay. we know it’s hard. but that’s just fine. you will do great things, all at the right time. let it come when it may.
for me, it’s simultaneously an acknowledgement of all these things i’m feeling and an assurance that i don’t have to feel them, at least not all the time.
amid turmoil, you can find solace. it’s the most comforting sentiment i’ve heard in a long while.
(legal: i don’t own it. i just love it. no rights reserved.)
the world of avatar
full size map (3600x1844)
is it just me or does it look like that ocean is easily big enough to hold another land mass and like it’s just as of yet undiscovered and that could be a really cool direction for the show to go like maybe they get invaded or have to find this lost kingdom or something? i dunno it seems totally plausible and hella cool
can we just talk for a second about how Vampire Weekend’s work thus far has pretty much charted/mirrored my own emotional development? every time they put something new out, it’s the most important album in my life. MVotC is no different, and it scares me a little how on point they are about things running rampant through my head: the fears of death, of not connecting, of not being remembered, the absolute loss of faith in basic day-to-day things…it hits. hard.
later on the album, on “Finger Back,” Ezra sings “I don’t wanna live like this, but I don’t wanna die.” the question, left unanswered, is whether there’s a middle ground. he seems unsure.
so am i.
one thing i am sure of is that i am so thankful for these guys, and their music. my life would be very, very different without them.
(legal: disclaimer that i clearly don’t own the song and am just posting it out of love and don’t claim any rights to the material)
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