giulia, brazil, 20 and i love tony banks
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mukuroikusaba:

showing your friend something you know they would flip out over and they say “I’ve already seen it”

no

i was supposed to be the hero

thevaccinesarg:

Justin at the studio

thevaccinesarg:

Justin at the studio

my cat says hi

my cat says hi

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zethie:

rougeoctobre:

i don’t care if it’s a only a joke, please don’t make comments about how someone’s choice of field of study isn’t going to take them anywhere because it can be a great source of stress and your joke won’t help.

also, destroy the idea that we should only pursue dreams if they are likely to give you status in this capitalist piece-of-shit society.

"There was always an awkward moment of negotiation as we drove back into London late at night after a show. The issue was who got dropped off first. Was it quicker to go via Earls Court and then central London or to come down the A1? Often it would depend on who was driving and on this particular night it was Pete, which meant that Tony and I were dropped off at Hangar Lane tube station while the others carried on into London.
Hangar Lane was never the best part of town. Tony and I were just sitting on the platform waiting when a couple of drunks came up and started the old “What are you staring at?” routine. I was tired, fed-up and gave a bit of stick back, which is when one of them headbutted me. After that things got hazy, but I do remember that Banks, my cohort, was nowhere to be seen. The story goes that he was found outside on the North Circular trying to wave down cars and shouting “Help! They are killing my friend! Stop!”.
No one ever did."

The Living Years - Mike Rutherford
ziorx:

i found this poster in a local record store and i…

ziorx:

i found this poster in a local record store and i…

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"New Musical Express called “The Silent Sun”, ‘a disc of many facets and great depth’ although ‘it might be a bit too complex for the average fan’. We also got a good review in Melody Maker, which was the one we really wanted to be in. Melody Maker had a quality to it - musicians read it and believed it.
Sadly our next single, “A Winter’s Tale”, generated zero interest. The only way it was going to be played on Radio1 was if someone took an acetate up to Broadcasting House and shoved it in Tony Blackburn’s hands as he came out. Which is exactly what Pete suggested doing.
Somehow it was Tony Banks who ended up being the one standing outside the door in Protland Place. Unfortunately Tony gets a bit aggressive when he gets nervous and I think Blackburn thought he was going to be beaten up."

The Living Years - Mike Rutherford
thecheshirekitteh:

what it’s like to be an artist, writer, musician, ….

thecheshirekitteh:

what it’s like to be an artist, writer, musician, ….