March Albums

At the moment, music has become my latest priority, over make up. 

As the weather heats up, the more I feel an urge to listen to more upbeat tunes over my standard depressing playlist, including The Smiths and Joy Division whilst walking to college and back. 

Anyhow, here is my favourite albums this month!!

1) Florence and The Machine – How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful

Florence and The Machine are in my top 10 bands of all time. Their most recent album is so epic and pro-feminist which is always a plus from me! Though it’s not the most jolliest of my selection, the songs are so appropriate for festival season and those who are experiencing a summer heartbreak

Fav song = What Kind of Man

2) Blossoms – (The) Blossoms =

I was lucky enough to see these yesterday at Birmingham and was right at the very fron alongside my friend who was going psycho for them! Their wit adds so much originality to their songs and their retro feel to the tunes and music videos makes you want to get out your Mom Jeans and Doc Martin and dress up hella indie. When I listen to them I feel like I’m at the seaside which gets me excited for the warm weather!

Fav song = Smoke

3) Kanye Weat – Yeezus

I have a bit of a huge guilty pleasure for rap, which gets approval over a small number of people. Though I think Kanye is a bit of knob his music gets me hyper. I proudly admit I know all the words to Black Skinhead as it’s one of my drunk jams I rave out to after 2 glasses of wine because I’m such a lightweight. 

Fav song = Black Skinhead

4) Glass Animala – How To Be A Human Being

This is probably one of my favourite albums at the moment. Their style of music is so unique and uplifting! Their songs fit for all summery occasions and get you in a positive mood when you’re feeling a bit shit.

Fav song = Pork Soda

I need to clarify that I share Amazon music with my Mother who is still in grief over George Michael, hence why his tense face is peering out at the bottom!

Anyways, I hope you’re all having a great month!!! 😄

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