“Pretty Head” is about the anxiety, depression, and self-doubt many of us feel. Both Bella and I have struggled with this over the past couple years and thought it was important to write about. All good things come with time. <3 Download/Stream: fanlink.to/PRETTYHEAD Lyric Video: https://youtu.be/WAT5hMcfLvM Click the [↻ Repost] button if you enjoy it! ---- Follow me: @covexmusic facebook.com/covexmusic instagram.com/covexmusic twitter.com/covexmusic www.covexmusic.com/ Follow Bella Musser: @itsbellamusser twitter.com/itsbellamusser www.bellamusser.com Lyrics: Take a breath, take a step outside Your pretty head, and all it's little lies You're not lonely, love, it's just your mind You're not broken, no, just give it time Just give it I know you've been waiting for Something to begin Staring at the ceiling, empty as the feeling Of your skin You've been scratching at the walls And trying to break them down Been digging up the floors So your feet can find the ground Hold on tight, you'll be fine Just give it time I know you need somewhere to go Somewhere in-between Being loved and being lost Cause it all feels like too much When you're so damn out of touch You've been scratching at the walls And trying to break them down Been screaming but your lungs Won't make a single sound Hold on tight, you'll be fine Just give it time
Listen to 'All I Need Is You' from Brandon Jenner's album Face the World, released July 20, 2018 ❤️ Support Brandon Jenner ╎ https://www.brandonjennermusic.com ╎ https://www.facebook.com/BrandonJennerMusic ╎ https://www.instagram.com/brandonjenner 🎧 'All I Need Is You' ╎ Listen on Spotify: [pipe:59] ❤️ Follow Indie Folk Central ╎ https://soundcloud.com/indiefolkcentral ╎ https://facebook.com/indiefolkcentral ╎ https://youtube.com/indiefolkcentral ╎ https://instagram.com/indiefolkcentral 🎧 Enjoy more of our music ╎YouTube: http://youtube.com/indiefolkcentral ╎Spotify: https://indiefolkcentral.com/spotify ✏️ Feel free to contact me: ╎Mail: [email protected] ╎Song Submissions: www.submithub.com/blog/indiefolkcentral 📝 Lyrics: Dark is the home, and long is the road I walk alone I see your face, I feel your soul but I'm on my own I made a promise, I will show to you, how I let you down... I need you now more than I ever knew I could I'm fading out, Come rescue me, I would be stronger if I could Right now, all I need is you. All I need is you... Thoughts passed through to heal my wounds that still remain And as the pieces of my heart Scatter in the nothing I wash away I miss my only chance to say goodbye, Words never sound profound. I need you now more than I ever knew I could I'm fading out, Come rescue me, I would be stronger if I could, right now, all I need is you. I never should have let you go I'd follow all your footsteps, I would walk around the world if I could hold you here in my arms, My love, nothing else will do cause all I need is you I need you now more than I ever knew I could I'm fading out, Come rescue me, I would be stronger if I could, right now, all I need is you. All I need is you All I need is you All I need is you All I need is you
Sew the soil Dig a hole Plant the seed Watch it grow give it rain Give it sun you can change What it becomes itll flourish If u nourish it Discouragement encouragement Will it blossom Will it wilt if I just bought some Would it still Mean as much As if I grew them Through the seasons in the garden Just for you to sit outside with me And breathe I could pick a thousand flowers And have a beautiful bouquet But the stems would still all die Without the root and I could plant a rotten seed And water it with holy water But I still would get a tree with rotten fruit And I could fill a vase with water in a transparent attempt to prolong the inevitable As if my inability to artificially preserve Something organic is unacceptable so I watch th flowers die a little more every day all the reds and the yellows and the blues turn to grey but even when they’re dead I can’t throw em away cause as long as they’re there its okay
lyrics: we've all been down this road before we've all walked here alone what for if you're on this path somebody will be too so take their hand walk each other through let's not leave each other alone anymore how about we try it all again even though the world may be pushing us back try it all again don't give up how about we help each other out 'cause god knows how much we've all been thrown down help each other out get back up don't give up
Happy 75th Birthday to the shining spark that is Joni Mitchell. This remix of 'Woodstock' is dedicated to The Secret Garden Party (UK) for giving us the most beautiful garden to play in over the years. I was lucky to play this remix at Mistress Mary and Burning Man this year and Joni's lyrics communicate the magic that I feel when we gather together for all the right reasons. A quote from Joni Mitchell about the song: “When I wrote ‘Woodstock,’ two or three times that I first performed it, I had to stop before I would get so caught up in emotion. I guess it was because I didn’t go to Woodstock but I watched it on television and it seemed like an amazing thing to me that under the circumstances, that many people helped each other out, they delivered babies in the wild, they shared their food. There was so much brotherhood. … It really moved me.” Photograph by Norman Seef
From the 11.1.2018 World of Light reveal trailer. Lyrics Colors weave into a spire of flame Distant sparks call to a past still unnamed Bear this torch against the cold of the night Search your soul and re-awaken the undying light! _ On that day, when the sky fell away Our world came to an end In our rise did a fading sunrise in the dark Glimmering shadows _ Silence froze in the spaces between Stretching out beyond time Rising up as the chorus of souls finds a force Flickering through the void! _ These little sparks cling onto life Everyone caught in the struggle And then the storms of change They fan the flames scattering ashes to the wind! _ Every soul contains a whisper of light Flaming, fading as it dwindles from sight No escape, no greater fate to be made! In the end the chains of time will not break _ Colors weave into a spire of flame Distant sparks call to a past still unnamed Bear this torch against the cold of the night Search your soul and re-awaken the undying light! _ As fate spins a thread without end New life draws it's first breath Blossoming in a soil reclaimed from the past Where destiny holds fast! _ Here where we stand hand clenched in hand Everyone caught in the struggle This is the day we finally find A way stepping into our tomorrow! _ Every soul contains a whisper of light Growing louduer as it calls to unite From the distance sings a chorus of souls Rising slowly stirring heat from the coals _ Colors weave into a spire of flame Distant sparks call to a past still unnamed Bear this torch against the cold of the night Light will guide you on your way to the Ultimate Fight! _ Every soul contains a whisper of light Growing louder as it calls to unite From the distance sings a chorus of souls Rising Slowly stirring heat from the coals _ Colors weave into a spire of flame Distant sparks call to a past still unnamed Bear this torch against the cold of the night Light will guide you on your way to the Ultimate Fight!
War Film is inspired by a poem by WW1 poet Teresa Hooley, taken from the forthcoming record World War One by The Unthanks. The record is Part Two of Lines, a trilogy of records by The Unthanks and inspired by poetry, and available exclusively from www.the-unthanks.com Pre-Order links up very soon.
Vocals & Flute /// Melanie Charles Piano /// Jake Sherman Drums /// Marcus Gilmore Upright Bass /// Tony Garnier Wurly /// Maya Kronfeld Moog /// Daniel Schlett PRODUCED BY MELANIE CHARLES & DANIEL SCHLETT written by Joni Mitchell Recorded at Strange Weather Recording Studio Cover Art by Alima Lee
Music from Frank Ocean's "Be Yourself" and "Facebook Story". Lyrics from my life. Lately, a lot of unfinished emotions from my past have been coming back up for clearing. The difficult part about it has been that it's often hard for me to get exactly when I need to say into writing, or in verbal expression. But I find that transmuting my unexpressed emotions into simple lyrics & melodies provides much healing for me. Whenever those feelings come back up, I just listen and meditate to the music that came from my heart. I wanted to share this song I wrote a couple days ago, with you all. It tells a story of how I once gave myself away to someone and loss myself in the process. And about my desire for more self love. Hope you'll all enjoy 🙂. Follow me on IG/Twitter: @marckelofmars
Listen to Ryan McNulty's new single 'Falling Too', released October 26, 2018 ❤️ Support Ryan McNulty ╎ https://ryanmcnultymusic.bandcamp.com ╎ https://www.facebook.com/RyanMcNultyMusic ╎ https://www.instagram.com/ryanmcnultymusic 🎧 'Falling Too', released 26-10-2018 ╎ Buy here: https://bit.ly/2qn39O3 ╎ Listen on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2SDrYC3 ❤️ Follow Indie Folk Central ╎ https://soundcloud.com/indiefolkcentral ╎ https://facebook.com/indiefolkcentral ╎ https://youtube.com/indiefolkcentral ╎ https://instagram.com/indiefolkcentral 🎧 Enjoy more of our music ╎YouTube: http://youtube.com/indiefolkcentral ╎Spotify: https://indiefolkcentral.com/spotify ✏️ Feel free to contact me: ╎Mail: [email protected] ╎Song Submissions: www.submithub.com/blog/indiefolkcentral 📝 Lyrics: Breathing smoke How'd it get so cold in this grey bedroom? Falling moonlight paint us blue When it casts me loose Are you falling too? Shining past Was the sky this black when I stared with you? The endless blue we could swim into When it casts us loose Are you falling too? Traced lines from your aching soul to mine In the stars you drew The fated chance that has found you in my arms Are you slipping through? Are you falling too? Breathe too loud When I felt the ground Laying next to you Just came apart, when you turned to ask If I could catch you? and are you falling too? Traced lines from your aching soul to mine In the stars you drew The fated chance that has found you in my arms Are you slipping through? Are you falling...
The opening track from our forthcoming record World War One, Roland And Vera, originally conceived by Sam Lee, Nico Brown, Cosmo Sheldrake and Gwendolen Chatfield in development work for A Time And A Place, before being arranged not once but twice by McNally, firstly for the 2014 performances, and then again this summer for the record, McNally feeling the first attempt was incomplete. The song is adapted from letters between frontline soldier Roland Leighton and Vera Brittain, an English Voluntary Aid Detachment (VAD) nurse, writer, feminist, and pacifist. By the time Vera received the letter, Roland had died at the front of a gunshot wound, aged 20. Her reply is therefore written knowing that her fiancé was dead.
PETE DELLO AND FRIENDS "Do I Still Figure In Your Life?" Into Your Ears (1971) Got Kinda Lost / Burger Cassette (2018) CS on Burger Records: http://burgerrecords.11spot.com/pete-dello-and-friends-into-your-ears.html LP/CS on Got Kinda Lost Records: https://www.gotkindalost.com/artist/pete-dello Originally issued in 1971 by Nepentha Records—presided over by Kinks/Troggs manager Larry Page—Into Your Ears is the sole full-length offering from Honeybus founder member Pete Dello (assisted by a coterie of close friends).The album is a wonderful, timeless work of incisive, plaintive folk-pop balladry and buoyant, idiosyncratic creations, led along by Dello’s honeyed voice (which eases effortlessly into falsetto) and expertly executed arrangements featuring minor orchestrations. Into Your Ears represents the zenith of Dello’s songwriting, comprised of primarily tunes written specifically for this project (supplemented by a few tracks intended for Honeybus which were re-cut for the occasion). The songwriting reflects a jovial playfulness, but also feelings of intense lovelorn longing, hope, wistfulness and moments that could serve as a great soundtrack to a break-up (with the brightness of delivery never making them ache with depression). Everything on Into Your Ears comes from personal life experiences, even if twisted through a unique prism, with the deep emotions, whimsical moments and orchestration that never clutters the arrangements all achieving perfect balance. But, above all, the songs resonate with a pure dedication to “pop” and beckon you to listen in repetition, until they’re at one with your very existence. There’s something present, timeless and at times nearly indescribable about this very special set of songs that can’t be pinpointed by simple equation. Widely regarded by Honeybus fans, ‘60s-‘70s collectors and anyone who’s happened into its beatific orbit, Into Your Ears is a lost classic deserving of further exposure. RIYL: Ray Brooks, Duncan Browne, John Cale’s Paris 1919, Ray Davies (The Kinks), Bill Fay, Nick Garrie, the early careers of Ralph McTell and Clifford T. Ward, etc.
Lyrics: Get me out into the sun, boiled blood will overflow Pouring out of all my pores~ Growing up will make you sore, soaring down an endless plain Horizons leave wanting more~ Cause i'm tired of this broken house Clashing heads will cause collapse Locked inside with all the latches sealed so tight Losing strength in all my fight This the way it has to be? I guess I'm next to see the reaper Lessons never listened to, they all will forget about you Get the fuck out of my head i'm broken Haven't you had all yer fun yet? All yer fun yet Please just let me be, I beg of you I need some damn alone time I'm not crazy, don't need saving, just need patience~ Don't need to give a reason~ i'm just a damaged person~ aye aye aye Yuh scum of earth what i've become singing songs that break my heart One day i may sort it out~ Clouds will cover mountain tops everlasting rocky paths Waiting on the storm to pass~ Trees will rustle in the wind whisper inside of my ear Saying it won't ever end~ Maybe all of them were right I let you take your shelter in me, why can I not do the same? Treasure buried deep within but greed will cease to let it give Bury me with all my sins I've been a dead man since I've sealed my fate It's too late for me Please just let me be, I beg of you I need some damn alone time I'm not crazy, don't need saving, just need patience~ Don't need to give a reason~ i'm just a damaged person~ aye aye aye Get the fuck out of my head I'm broken haven't you had all yer fun yet? I'm broken haven't you had all yer fun yet? Get the fuck out of my head
"La Candela del Río" is the debut album by Paris-based Venezuelan quartet Insólito UniVerso. In the space of 8 tracks, the band fuses traditional Venezuelan styles, such as Joropo, Merengue Caraqueño, or Tambores de San Millán with psych, chanson, and contemporary electronics. Co-produced by The Heliocentrics' Malcolm Catto, the record shows two distinct sides; on the one hand there's euphoric music that begs to be danced to, while on the other there's melancholy, mystery, and devotion. 'Tonada Del Guante' is a song inspired by the tonada llanera, a traditional style of work song from the plains made famous across the world by Simón Díaz, one of the main exponents of Venezuelan music to date. The tonadas are usually sung by farmers or "llaneros" out in the fields with no instruments and only the sounds of animals and nature in the background. As such, the lyrics are sung in random patterns usually with no recognizable rhythm. This is the first track that Mafe Ruette and Raúl Monsalve wrote together, and the one were Malcolm Catto's unique production style fits like a glove. The result is a nocturnal piece; a solitary and lunar reflection, silent, facing the boundlessness of the savannah. A call to the road ahead. Preorder Album: https://bit.ly/2PffZfm
Meg Yerro is a singer/songwriter from Australia, QLD. The style of music implemented into her songs can be described as Alternative Indie/acoustic. Since 9 years old, Meg Yerro has been performing in local competitions, school and public events around the Fraser Coast regional area and occasionally performs in musical theatres. Her debut EP 'Who To Please?' was produced in two months for her Cert IV music class and it features two written and produced originals and two covers by famous rock and electronica bands such as Vaults and Amber Run.
hi everyone! this song by dodie means a lot 2 me so i wanted to cover it, thank u !! instrumental: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZumDN6N04eM mixing: @masked-man-peace
Today I release this recording in honor of the diversity of life on Planet Earth. May this diversity continue to be valued above all else. May the Amazon Rainforest be protected always. Canção Original do tribo Yawanawa Drew YoungSpring - Guitar and Vocals Gabi Fernandes - Vocals Recorded on October 25, 2018 in Pisac, Peru
Music and Lyrics by Riley Burke Guitar: Brendan Krovatin Vocals, Violin: Riley Burke Piano: Nick Loud Saxophone: Guy Dellecave Mixed by Gert Tabernar