Albert Street, opposite King George Square. A call from a still voice in the hurried crowd.
“Got a couple of dollars for a feed, mate?”
“Whaddaya wanna eat?”
“Hungry Jack’s? Chicken Stunner Meal, is that too much?”
“You on the streets, mate?”
“Not quite. At a refuge.”
We already saw Björk driving a car whilst listening to her forthcoming single Crystalline, but here is a better quality snippet of that new song. The single should be out later this month (June 30, apparently); can’t wait to hear this in full.
UPDATEAudio replaced with the full song. Björk reclaims whatever throne she used to have.
Two words. Just two:
I can’t. I just can’t.
But then again, when am I not? Seriously, they’re the perfect “anything” music. Always appropriate for any mood.
Daniel Radcliffe at the 2011 Tony Awards, doing a piece with the cast of How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying. As if I needed more reasons to love him.
God, I think the ovaries I don’t have just imploded.
That was the most amazingly choreographed thing I’ve ever seen.
Two Doves // Dirty Projectors
This song has some of my favourite lyrics:
Throat of soil and mind like stone
Please don’t defend a silver lining
Around the halo of what is already shining
When all the planets are aligning
For an afternoon that’s never ending
Call on me, call on me, call on me