Thursday, April 26, 2012

Tiny Vessels

Yet again, I've become incredibly sick. Somewhere between Saturday and Sunday, I must have come in contact with a really gnarly and bacteria ridden person. I'm looking at you fiercely bearded city-dweller. In retrospect I probably shouldn't have walked into that Sex store Saturday, but more about that later. Naturally, as sick people do, I found myself lying in bed all day. I've grown so pathetically bored, that I've even taken to listening to a few One Direction songs. Illness, it makes you delirious. It has recently come to my attention that I become 10 x's more melodramatic while ill, so to all my future roommates; I pity you. I'll spare you the personal reenactment, but this video is literally me.
After I was fully drugged up on ibuprofen, I went to go see Death Cab for Cutie. I know they're a bit of a thing from the past, but I thoroughly enjoyed myself. Surprisingly, the band preformed a lot of songs from Transatlanticism, which apart from Plans is my favorite album. They also played along side this completely mind-blowing mini orchestra, entitled "Magik Magik Orchestra." Does their band name have an anime-esqe vibe, or is that just me? Anyways if you didn't know, I'm a huge sucker for stringed instruments, violins especially. If I had to make any complaints, it would be in regards to the group of people who got out of their seats and started furiously swaying their arms. They started a mass movement across the theater and before I knew it mostly everyone was out of their seat and dancing. Normally I suppose this shouldn't have been an issue, but for a person who is completely incapable of controlling their body movements in a non-embarrassing fashion... this could be seen as problematic. Other than that minor incident, the concert was A + high quality. Ben Gibbard, may you never change your hairstyle. Links to DCFC with Magik Magik

1 comment:

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