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Tag Archives: music
At the weekend David and I went to the 2000 Trees Festival. I’ll be honest, as those of you who follow me on twitter (@ljpearce1) will know, the week leading up to it didn’t go so well. Unfortunately the friends … Continue reading
If I may twist a favourite quote from Hemingway: Write hard and clear about what you know. I know Frank Turner’s music. I go to his shows, buy the merchandise and generally know where he is and what he’s up … Continue reading
‘Before you met me I was alright, but things were kinda heavy’ I ❤ Katy Perry. Seriously. She was on with Scott Mills recently, made. my. day. Anyway, I’ve been listening to my spotify playlist trying to catch a line … Continue reading
This post should be on my livejournal. Undoubtedly. (sp?) Top 5 Things Which (That?) Have Made Me Smile This Week (all plans to do something daily fall through) – Michael Cera. Scott Pilgrim vs. The World, but mostly just MICHAEL … Continue reading
FINALLY. I’ve sat down to write something I wanted to write. The problem is that I sit down, and put on music to make me feel and think and want to write, and then I just want to talk about … Continue reading