walking a drunk friend like
girls don’t like boys, girls like halloween and mark ruffalo’s tumblr account
I like Halloween and Tumblr, too.
i walk a lonely road
the only one that i have ever known
- demon: i possessed you
- me: get the fuck out
- demon: damn...aight...rude ass bitch...i just need a place to stay my girl kicked me out and i aint got no money...
- me: shit man, you can stay but don't be spinning my head like an owl and shit
PF REVIEW: YELLOWCARD ‘LIFT A SAIL’
“Lift a Sail” – Yellowcard
Release Date: October 7, 2014
Record Label: Razor & Tie
Reviewed by: Cat Hill
I’ve seen Yellowcard a few times and I’ve always admired them. I’ve admired their gusto and their passion, but I don’t think I’ve fully given them the respect they deserve. Yellowcard, if you’re reading this, I’m sorry and I hope you forgive me. But seriously, this album is solid and it needs to be noticed.
I’m torn. Honestly. I love the Hans Zimmer feel in the opening track, but I’m also concerned that it doesn’t set the viewer up for the incredible track that is “Transmission Home.” “Convocation” is absolutely stunning. It’s a beautiful arrangement and it’s what I imagine the soundtrack to dreams is like. I could listen to it for 15 minutes and still feel like it had only been 30 seconds. At two minutes, I was content, regardless.
“Transmission Home” is a song you won’t want to miss. I would have loved for this track to be first, but I’m also incredibly enamored by the real introduction that I’m going to stick in this limbo and respect good music for what it is. I want to construct a building just to tear it down and have this song be my soundtrack. At more than four minutes, this song couldn’t have carried on at its original energy without tiring everyone. So, it didn’t. Around three minutes in, a reconnection to “Convocation” emerges and it makes for a melodic comfort that allows the listener to remember they’re in control of the situation and their emotions. I can’t help but appreciate this song for not only its strength, but also its comfort.
“One Bedroom” is absolutely adorable. It was written by frontman Ryan Key about the apartment he and his then-girlfriend (now wife) shared in Denver. Key describes the song as a love letter and it’ll absolutely make your heart melt. If they could make those Hallmark singing cards with just this song, it’d be the greatest love note anyone could receive and there would be world peace. Don’t let love songs make you bitter, let them remind you that happiness still exists in the world. You’ll find that feeling one day, too.