Songs for a two-year

March 4, 2018

 

Here are just a few recent songs to listen to to accompany 2018's two-year vibration, which when expressed positively embodies imagination, intuition, friendship, parenthood, romance, psychic capacity, caring, reflection, sensitivity, and the flourishing of emotion.

 

• Sufjan Stevens 'Mystery of Love' listen, 'Futile Devices' listen (from Call Me By Your Name, a perfect film for 2018, one to activate all of the above qualities). In fact, much of Sufjan's recent work is perfect, for example, Carrie & Lowell (LP)

 

• No Mono 'Tidal Fight' listen

 

• Jake Bugg 'How Soon The Dawn' listen

 

• Mark Pritchard 'Give It Your Choir' (featuring Bibio) listen

 

• Underworld 'Nylon Strung' listen

 

• Wunder Wunder 'Coastline' (Goldroom Remix) listen

 

• High Highs 'A Real Hero' (College cover) listen

 

• Bombay Bicycle Club 'Come To' listen

LYRICS

I'm kneeling down to get closer to the sign 

And you're breaking my back every time

It's hard to see it for all the rust 

But I saw it fading and I have some faith in us

Don't need to tell me you know this ain't nothing new 

Of course I love you 

Of course I do

 

To outplay is not to love 

And yet I keep on coming back to call your bluff

 

It's hard to see it for all the rust 

But I saw it fading and I have some faith in us

 

Your evening eyes the rain outside the way I know 

No fear that I'll be fading out alone

Your evening eyes the rain outside the way I know 

No fear that I'll be fading out alone

Your evening eyes the rain outside the way I know 

No fear that I'll be fading out alone

It's hard to see it for all the rust 

But I saw it fading and I have some faith in us

 

• and a song from so long ago, which says it all for 2018, Justin Hayward and John Lodge 'I Dreamed Last Night' listen

 

Like a bird on a far distant mountain

Like a ship on an uncharted sea

You are lost in the arms that have found you

Don't be afraid, love's plans are made, oh don't be afraid

 

If there's a time and a place to begin love

It must be now, let it go, set it free

 

 

 

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