it’s 1972. the brit releases his third and final album. this album is made most famous by it’s title track. it’s hard to write about his life and his work because his story is so deeply sad, but his entire body of music is so profound, the music certainly does speak volumes for itself. i have loved nick drake for decades now and although his songs may not be the chirpiest, they are absolutely some of the most beautiful. due to his reclusive nature, there are very few photographs of him and even less footage.
these colorado bunch of bliss-poppers released a new album a few months ago. it’s wispy and dreamy and shines with a sunny disposition. this new video for “the breathing fire” does justice to the atmospheric diddly. it’s set in the open wilderness, featuring fresh faces of many children along with the band. it’s all shot so sweetly, it’s an absolute delight, and sure to make you miss the charm and innocence of youth.
canada’s destroyer, lead by dan bejar, has been a figure in the indie community for over a decade. he’s got a new album coming out next month and this new track is promising indeed. it sounds as if he’s moving in a new direction, keeping himself current still, and it’s certainly pleasant on the ears. it’s a perfect sunday tune to enjoy a warm cup of tea and be lazy. www.myspace.com/destroyer
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