We had to leave before we the kings, so freakin mad. great show otherwise, except for nevershoutnever who when playing live could be used as some sort of torture device. Mercy Mercedes, The Cab, and Forever The Sickest Kids were amazing though.
We Shot The Moon are giving away their cd for free here. It’s really a teriffic pop-rock album with catchy lyrics and wonderful melodies. This is the opening track and just a taste of how great this band is. And look out for their new cd this summer.
fucking bullshit, Taking Back Sunday sold out before the time it was supposed to go on sale, because apparently they opened up buying early and from the sounds of it most people going are already seeing them at bamboozle. I hate shit like this.
This summer is going to be a dangerous one. Real talk. This is some of the best pop-rock I’ve heard in a while. Streaming above is “Settle Down” from The Dangerous Summer’s new album, Reach for the Sun, which comes out next Tuesday.
This album is seriously one of the best things I’ve listened to in such a long time. This band deserves all the praise they get and hopefully this album will help them take off.
“Designers always say, ‘Gray is the new black,” and the next season say, ‘I can’t do one more gray piece.’ Where does it go? How come the loyalty vanishes? Why don’t you love gray every season?”—Stephanie Seymour interviews Alber Elbaz in the new Interview.
So I’m going to the Yankees game tomorrow, I don’t even like baseball, but we’re in the Delta Sky360 Suite, so I guess that’s cool.There’s like this lounge attached to it and all the food is created by Food Network or something. The stadium looks nice and it’s going to be gorgeous out tomorrow, so I’ll make the best of it, and hopefully get a little tanner.
For some reason my mother and I always win things, I just enter random contests that I want to and my mom sweeps, but it’s kind of awesome. Just in the past few months we’ve won an xbox, a giant tv, a popcorn machine, and some other things. Now I just won a prize pack from Sing It Loud and Hurley. I guess we’re just lucky.