Tuesday, 30 August 2011


Her new song's dayum catchy.

"Omg such a departure from her old sound omg sell out omg mainstream"
Well I LIKE it, a'right?? It also makes me want to dye my hair platinum. (Gah. I feel that urge about once every couple of days) And maybe even cut a fringe....? Hummmm.....

AGAIN I've been gone for,like,ever. Soz.

I'll write something more extensive soon, probably relating to the new Bombay Bicycle Club album (HELLLSSSS yeah)


ps. EEEEEEE I'm going to Bestival next week!

Sunday, 14 August 2011

Sorry for....

... being AWOL, as usual.

I'm in Copenhagen (oh, you jetsetter you) at the moment, but back home tomorrow. The next few days are going to be spent frantically trying to find ANY and EVERY way to distract myself from the ever-nearing horror of Thursday. Thursday the 18th of August. At 6AM on said date I will receive an email from school containing 3 rather important grades. Ha... Ha.... Hah... LET'S NOT THINK ABOUT THAT!

Here's a song. A friend and I watched the remake of the film 'Arthur' the other night starring my beloved Russell Brand, and I must say it's one of the sweetest and funniest things I've seen in a long while! Ah Russell. Although he might not be considered a top-notch actor, in a film like this where he is basically playing himself he copes pretty well! I remarked that it's sort of like watching him doing a stand-up act, but just with a storyline round it. And there's nothing wrong with that, is there!

Plus, STELLAR original soundtrack. I nearly had a heart attack when about halfway through the film during one sweet little montage or another I heard the unmistakeable tones of one Mr. Ben Gibbard...

Thursday, 4 August 2011


Our 3rd year at Camp Bestival, and yet another epic pre-birthday weekend for two of us.

Mark Ronson playing his Amy Winehouse tribute/Magic Meadow/Yaaks/Washington Irving/Lulworth Caste/Laura Marling/Newton Faulkner/The Correspondents/And again (coolest. dancer. ever.)/Frolics by the carousel/Groove Armada/Castle Field/Beardyman/Fireworks

Monday, 1 August 2011


In just under two hours time I will be an adult

I know I left school nearly a month ago now, but the truth is being so young in my year group has meant that I have been putting a hella lot of important things off until the day (02.08.11) has arrived. "I can't possibly expect to be given job yet, I'm not even 18!", "I'll start thinking about driving after my birthday" ..... etc. Although knowing me I'll continue to do the exact same thing, except replacing "birthday" with "results day" - "I can't start thinking about university until after I know where I stand in terms of A level grades"...... Gee, procrastination.

So, let's lay it down - 2 hours and I'll be adult who has the next year to do these things:
Apply to university
Get a job to earn some DOUGH
Interrail round Europe
Take a singing diploma
And finally get round to learning to drive.........



I'm having a joint partay on Saturday with a friend whose birthday it is today. The theme's 'musical icons'. Me, doing a MUSICAL theme? Shocker!