The Head And The Heart “Rivers And Roads”
A year from now we’ll all be gone
All our friends will move away
And they’re goin’ to better places
But our friends will be gone away
Nothin’ is as it has been
And I miss your face like hell
And I guess it’s just as well
But I miss your face like hell
this is Desert Pacific Octopi, track number three off the new EP. the official release date of the EP is november 25. however, if you keep your eyes open, you might already find it somewhere online.
the lyrics to this song can be found in the “lyrics” section of this tumblr.
in the new weeks, i will also inform you about how you can purchase a “desert” special limited edition pack, which will include a poster, postcards, a personal message to you and the download code and which will be shipped anywhere the wind blows.
if you find references to a certain podcast about the community radio of a small desert town in this song, i swear it is purely…intentional. i was listening to quite a few episodes while making this record.
Paramore | “Franklin”
"Could you remind me of a time
when we were so alive
Do you remember that?
Do you remember that?”
originally intended as a counterpart to the sigma/akane mix
incredible art by the amazing tropicalmandiblesattack !!! can we talk about how late this is. this is so late these have been done for so long
tracklist + lyrics for both under the cut
So after constantly battling with people about Macklemore because he’s a straight, white, cisgender man that is treated as the voice of LGBTQ rappers/people in general, rather than having, you know, actual queer people speak for themselves, my friend sent me this.
It’s Angel Haze, a 22-year old pansexual rapper, freestyling over “Same Love.” Part coming out story, part political messaging, this freestyle is what I wish could actually have as much popular attention as “Same Love.” It’s rappers like Angel Haze that Macklemore silences when he claims hip-hop hates gay people, or when he tosses around the f-slur because he’s *~an ally~*, or when he gives an acceptance speech as Mary Lambert stands silently next him.
This is what Same Love should have been from the start. Neoliberalism, man…
This is perfect