Last night I went to see The Preatures and then did the classic thing you do after you seen a band that you didn't know anything about before seeing - which is too watch they're interviews, download their big singles...etc. They're super impressive and the lead singer is especially so. She's musically super talented, has fantastic energy, lots of good things to say about feminism, a killer vibe...what's new.
Look at that blonde girl !! And her denim !! Look at those clean Swedish lines, that crisp weather! We're coming into Spring in Sydney and with every fibre of my being I'm going to channel this Northern European freshness.
I walked around the botanical gardens today and there was something really fresh and invigorating about it. We're coming into spring and without being too much of a flaccid dick about fussy things like flowers..........I really fucking love flowers. I'm gonna keep that in mind this month.
((( Here's the credit for the yellow flower painting // KATAYAMA Nampu（堅山南風 Japanese, 1887-1980） 黄菊 Woodblock Print)))
This is my absolute favourite Kali Urchis song and I was so pumped when the video came out! It looks so good, it's dreamy and hazey and soft and cloudy in all the best ways. Reminds me of LA.
THREE REASONS why the Royal Tenenbaums is worth watching... a really well put together video.
I've been listening to 3 albums on repeat over the last few days and I plan to continue that through the next month.
+ ANOTHER ONE // MAC DEMARCO
+ SO LONG, SEE YOU TOMORROW // BOMBAY BICYCLE CLUB
+ BLUE PLANET EYES, THE PREATURES
I'm so going to try to listen to the EP's of the Creases, Joy's EP - Ode and The New Jungle Giants album - Speakerzoid...there's something therapeutic in the consistency of listening to an entire album/EP.
Goals include reading more, flossing everyday and above all detaching from my phone. I don't want everyday to be enslavement day.
POSTS ON THEIR WAY DIRECT TO YOU THIS MONTH // study bug, fancy BISH, i was problematic too, outfits, playlists and more! stay tuned !!
Cheers to a good September, see you soon,