leisurely weekend skype session.
from vulgar to divine → a charles & camilla macaulay fanmix
01: The Apple Of My Eye - Ólafur Arnalds (Instrumental) || 02: I Went Dancing With My Sister - Jason Harrod (We were, we were, we were lovers / We had no one / But armed puppets) || 03: Krimson - Warpaint (I know that you are another me / So hold me closer and don’t ever let me go) || 04: Head Is Not My Home - MS MR (Hard to believe / You could cause me harm / This could cause me harm) || 05: Night After Night - Laura Marling (Darling, I love you / I long to become you) || 06: Broken Horse - Freelance Whales (God’s moving in your bloodstream / Where the cross beats aren’t so slow) || 07: Still - Daughter (Hate is spitting out each others mouths / But we’re still sleeping like we’re lovers) || 08: Crystalised - The XX (I’ll forgive and forget / Before I’m paralysed / Do I have to keep up the pace / To keep you satisfied?) || 09: Walls - Stars (You can take me / And you can have me / But you can’t make me happy) || 10: Ísjaki - Sigur Rós (You know about me / I know about you / We both know that it / Would come to an end) || 11: Winter - Daughter (There’s no heat from our mouths / Please take me back to when I was yours) || 12: Shadows - Warpaint (I know I’m afraid, I know I’m afraid / I’m drunk and I’m tired) || 13: Tides - The XX (You leave with the tide / And I can’t stop you leaving / I can see it in your eyes / Some things have lost their meaning) || 14: Awful Sound (Oh Eurydice) - Arcade Fire (But when I say I love you / Your silence covers me) || 15: Adieu - Enter Shikari (I cherish my loss / A gentle reminder, that life is unkind / At the best of times) || 16: Supersymmetry - Arcade Fire (It’s been a while since I’ve been to see you / I don’t know where, but you’re not with me / Heard a voice like an echo / But it came from me)
Reblogging to listen to this tomorrow.
"Do I look like I need rescuing?" There was no longer a smile on her lips.
The two men, bravest of Athens’ sons - who had fought monsters, vanquished brigands, single-handedly defeated whole armies and freed kingdoms from tyranny - quaked in fear like little children hiding behind the skirts of their mothers.
Persephone showed her teeth. It was not a smile. No one would ever have mistaken it as such.
carry the pieces
of what you will be
if you are not stopped by
—Elisa Biagini, from “In the Velvet Shell” (via the-final-sentence)