Last night we saw Future Islands. They were fantastic as always. 

One of the openers was a band called Chiffon. I fell in love with them immediately for obvious reasons (just listen to it). They were followed by a band called Ed Schrader’s Music Beat, who played a song called, “I Can’t Stop Eating Sugar,” which frankly, I could really relate to. 

Ed Schrader’s Music Beat also had an anti-Thatcher song, a song about the Adirondacks and they’re from Utica (and Baltimore) so you can figure they’re good people.

Also, Chiffon were really sweet and nice and they seem like good people (met half the duo at the merch table) so that’s a plus







boys meowing soulfully

it took me 3 seconds to reblog this

God bless the internet.

Always reblog meow boys.

Amazing. I did a little digging and the piece is called "Duetto buffo di due gatti" (or, “humorous duet for two cats”) and was compiled in 1825, probably by Robert Lucas de Pearsall. Apparently the middle section is Othello and Iago’s duet from Rossini’s Otello. But, you know, if they were cats.

Erik’s context, thank you.