It’s Friday!!!!! And we all know what Friday means…
Today it’s the turn of a band that I adore. I’ve seen some amazing gigs – Radiohead (twice), Oasis (at a local pub on the day their first single came out) REM, Blur, Pulp to name a few – but The Hoosiers came to a tiny venue in my town and blew the roof off that place. From that moment on I was in love with them! They even came down to the merch stand after the show and signed stuff for people, and I got a kiss from a lovely sweaty Irwin… sigh. I love their videos too – there’s so much humour in them that sums up their spirit perfectly….
YAY! It’s Friday and it’s time for What’s in my earholes! I have a warning today – if you don’t like loud guitars you’d better turn off right now, because today I’m posting my favourite Supergrass song. Oh my, I had such an enormous crush on the singer of this band. I may have played a particular Top of the Pops performance quite a lot of times, just for the look he gave the camera at the end of it. What’s that I hear you say… you can’t believe that I’m the sort of girl to develop crushes on famous people? I know, weird, huh?
So, enjoy… ya know, if you like that sort of thing… If not, come back next week and who knows, we could have some random seventies disco track playing!
This week I’ve been gearing up for the release of The Memory Game on September 1st. ARCs have gone out and the positive feedback so far has been overwhelming. With this in mind, and as I’m not at the day job this week, and because What’s in my Earholes has been missing anyway, I thought I’d share a song that actually features in the book. David, our protagonist (I like to think of him as anti-hero) is a massive Radiohead fan and this is the song that is played at his funeral (don’t worry that’s not a spoiler, he starts off dead!). Anyway, enough of my waffling, here it is…
How quickly Friday comes around and time to find out what was playing on my ipod as I walked up the driveway this evening. I’m afraid I couldn’t find a video as such for this song, only a live version, but the point of this song is to listen to the absolutely beautiful lyrics. Pure poetry. Take it away, Ben, you little genius, you…
A bit late I know. Who knew that I’d totally forget I’d arranged for my cousin to visit? The poor guy turned up especially to pick up a copy of Runners for his girlfriend and I’m slobbing out on the sofa in my pyjamas at 6.30! Ah well, here it is, the last song that was on the ipod when I got in from work tonight. Rupert Grint – you just got to love him, even as a crazy stalker.
It’s Friday night! Time for me to share the last song that played on my ipod as I arrived home from the Bunker. This song makes me want to jump around like a six-year-old high on Smarties, despite the distinct possibility that I’ll end up in the local Accident and Emergency department with a slipped disc.
Save that image and enjoy!
Oooh, with all the excitement today of a box of shiny copies of Runners arriving at my house, I almost forgot that it’s Friday and time for me to share the song that was playing on my ipod as I pulled into my drive this afternoon. So here it is, a DCFC classic. Enjoy!