Everybody was having a wonderful time and they were smashing things up in the hotel room, and I was this weird square over in my room who didn’t do all that stuff. I was very critical of what everybody did. And I wanted my time with Bob because I thought he was a special friend. He’d moved on, and it was awful. I mean, it just hurt like hell. I thought, I assumed since I invited him on the stage in the States, he’d invite me on the stage there. He had no intention of doing that.
It was probably a stupid thing to do [not letting her play], but you can’t be wise and in love at the same time, so… I hope she’ll see the light sooner or later on that.

(Source : lotrfashion)

thechainsofbirds:

Never idolize a musician. Musicians are not perfect and they don’t need to be role models for anyone. They have flaws and they’re human. So never idolize a musician. Except Laura Marling. Laura Marling is a goddess.


bonhivers:

i’ll always love you ‘cause we grew up together and you helped make me who i am. i just wanted you to know there will be a piece of you in me always, and i’m grateful for that. whatever someone you become, and wherever you are in the world, i’m sending you love. you’re my friend to the end.

— her (2013)

you own me
there’s nothing you can do
lucky you

The National (via candyb0nes)

                                               I SHOULD LIVE IN SALT || THE NATIONAL

      Don’t make me read your mind, you should know me better than that
         It takes me too much time, you should know me better than that.

                               I should live in salt for leaving you behind.


(Source : nevillles)

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writingsofawiltedflower:

I should live in salt
for leaving you
behind.

         Clémence Poésy for Pablo || Ph by Nick Dorey 
            [wearing a coat of her design]

"This collection was born from a photography seen long ago and never found again of a student in sculpture from Moscow. Infinite tenderness emerged from it; I wanted to create this person an imaginary and timeless wardrobe. Inventing a petite histoire to bend in her suitcase.”


Theme Urban, by Max davis.