Wednesday, 31 August 2011

Goodbye to August

Work is over and I am free! :)

Been sketching away in my books and a new roll of A0 white paper arrived on my doorstep yesterday so I'm getting ready to draw all over that too. While I have been drawing I have been listening to a lot of music which has been really nice.

Top 10 songs at the moment (roughly speaking and in no particular order!):

From the album Torches, I really love Pumped up Kicks as well.

I love Everything Everything so much! Have been unable to stop listening to them all year, never get sick of them. Not sure I really have a favourite song of theirs to be honest but I really like the jumper he wears in this video so there you go. The song is from the album Man Alive, if you don't know it you should give it a listen. It sounds like discos in space.

I avoided listening to this band for a very long time, what a mistake. This is definitely my favourite song of theirs, I think it is from their newest album.

Taken from the album Angles, it is my favourite song to listen to in the car at the moment. I am not fussed on much of their older music but I really like this album.

I hate that most of these links are not to proper videos, sorry! There isn't a lot I can do about that though. Keane may not be the most popular choice but I listen to them a surprising amount! There is always at least one song of theirs in my main playlist and it seems I have finally moved on from Crystal Ball to this one here. Really love the album Night Train, the other song I particularly like from it is Your Love - reminds me of strange mix of 80s disco and the piece of music from Mulan when she decides to pretend she is a man...

Again I love the whole album but I think this one may just slightly sneak ahead as my favourite. I don't think I'll ever get sick of these songs either.

From the album Acolyte. I am quite new to Delphic, Amazon has been trying to make me listen to them for ages but I didn't give them very much time. Now that I have listened more properly I have fallen in love with this song.

Not sure why I have been listening to this one recently. I just have.

Normally I'd be rooting for The Whitest Boy Alive more than Kings of Convenience but I like the lyrics to this song and it's so catchy it is always stuck in my head.

Before Latitude my favourite song was Silver line but after seeing them live I have moved on to Who Cares What the Question Is because it was so good when they played it! The video for this one is much better than their others.

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