I made this vacation as long as I did, and as long as I could, with the hopes that I could get a sense of what it’s like to live here. But the truth is once you find a place that you belong and that you invest yourself in, you never really leave that place. I’ve spent most of this time with my mind back home. I am enjoying myself, but I miss being home. I miss being exhausted and busy and stressed all the time.
Yesterday I saw a man wearing a basketball jersey with a Houston Rockets circa 1997 logo on it, but above it said “SEX” and below it said “TOYS”. I have lost all comprehension of reality since that moment.
parts phenomenal, parts okay. if they write all of the next album with all 3 of them in the room, together, the whole time, instead of e-mailing parts back and forth like much of this was, it should end up pretty beast.
Bellwether is on our first tour and we need help re-routing. We’re currently staying at my cousin’s house in Elizabethtown PA (eastern PA). We just had our Cleveland show for tonight fall through and are now re-orienting ourselves around finding shows the next 3 days between here and our Cambridge MA show with The Hotel Year and Young English on Thursday. We’re down to play in houses, basements, whatever. We don’t care about getting paid, we just wanna play some tunes over the next couple days. Please reblog this and spread the word! thank you!
This is something I regret never doing: take a sandwich, preferably something gooey like a grilled cheese, and put it in a cd tray in a computer at your computer lab, then press the close button. Please, post a video if you do this.
i have been actively singing in bands since I was 19, so almost 4 years. However, I have only started understanding how to accurately use my voice since I found a great vocal instructor back in March. So I would say I’ve only been actually singing since then.