Kmart has NO chill.
Lorde-approved and NZ bred, Broods is coming to you in full force with powerful lyrics and stylish music videos. This first single of their full-length debut album “Evergreen”, titled “Mother and Father”, stands out for me because it’s not very often that we hear young musicians in this age talk about how much they miss their parents, wondering how they will get by without them as they forge a new life away from home.
Broods recently made their Stateside late night television debut on “Late Night With Seth Meyers” and will be opening for Sam Smith (!!!!) this Fall while on tour, also in the United States. After listening to this single, and others, I predict more big things for this band in the future.
To see has far Jenna Marbles’ has come from her first days of vlogging to now is truly remarkable. This video is the 200th reason as to why she is successful- she shares HER truth to the world in a humorous way. Her observations are relatable and at the end of the day, she’s just Jenna.
It’s OK to not know your next step. Before you know it, you will be at your desired destination, hopefully coming out on the other end the same awesome person you already are. Don’t be afraid to feel human.
One of the first comments below the video states “I can see her getting an MBE at some point.” I completely agree.
I don’t know who Dana Williams is, but I do know that she has a lovely, lovely voice. It’s time for me to do some sleuthing on this talented wonder. Also, Leighton, please never stop being you, because you, my dear, are fabulous.
Destiny’s Child, Alice in Wonderland, the Swinging 60’s, women’s liberation… It’s all in this video and song, which for me, is an anthem for females in 2014 and wallops my senses completely. Shake him off ladies!
p.s. Apparatjik is a supergroup made up of basssist Guy Berryman (Coldplay!!!), guitarist/keyboardist Magne Furuholmen (A-ha!!!), singer/guitarist Jonas Bjerre (Mew!!!) and producer Martin Terefe…