This album, like a countless others, seem to fall under those second album upsets - somehow, the magic or the rawness decreases.
Tracks of the Week: Laura Marling, Katie Herzig, Mumford and Sons, Johnny Flynn
Some relatively 'new' tunes for you, guys, since my ears are practically glued to Mumford and Sons. I know, I'm not over them yet.
John Mayer Live in Manila
While this night made my toes all crinkly because we were soaked, I didn't really mind. For a while there, I felt like my 14-year-old self - the one who listened to Room for Squares every day before and/or after school.
Mumford and Sons – Sigh No more
It is a rare occurrence to actually find an album that you can listen to everyday, from Track 1 to Track 12. This is the rarity that is 'Sigh No More'.
The Script – Science & Faith
If we're going to compare the new album to their first, this one's lighter - a little less dramatic, compared to the heart-wrenching rawness that there was in their first album - however, Science and Faith was no sophomore slump at all.
Songs I’d love to Wake up to
I'll make this quick - since my battery's dying out. Okay, let's go! JET - Are You Gonna Be My Girl? The perfect song to start a kick ass day. Tell me, who wouldn't dance around, kick the sheets and jump on the bed with this song? Cameron Diaz seems to agree in the movie …
Saying goodbye to Harry Potter Pt. 1
I remember the first time I heard of the book about a boy with a lightning scar in his forehead. I was 13, generally interested in reading for leisure - unlike the rest of the girls in my school who preferred combing their hair and putting powder in their face as a hobby. My sister …