This is a personal blog. Expect lots of Radiohead.
my grandma just asked me if i have a boyfriend yet and i told her no and she was like “GOOD stay away from them boys”
later she asked me if i was about to play my “git-fiddle” (my bass)
suite-vi-samsaric-overture reblogged your photoset and added:
seriously this whole week i cannot stop thinking about that moment and driving home screaming about thom, i’m listening to the bends b-sides and just… yeah. i can’t stop. thom yorke, man.
If you wanna now what a guy is really like, find out how he talks about women when they’re not around.
but for real meeting your hero and having them be not only kind but open to you and all your awkwardness and hugging and handshaking every single person who was there… he climbed all those stairs for us and it just really warms me and soothes my mind to know that yes, he is real and even though it didn’t feel real at the time i turned around and looked at the starstruck fans and we all had the same look on our faces!
and the fact that folks met some of the others as well before the show as well! that’s so cool.
i feel like so much of what he’s doing lately is about making a connection with people and that is so fucking much more important than money. i think he and his bands have a strong appreciation for the bonds that they’ve formed through fandom. people travel across oceans to get together to watch the band and that’s fucking amazing. traveling from country to country, city to city, saving up all our pennies and celebrating all that we’ve learned about ourselves and friendship and music!
i know i don’t post a whole lot anymore, esp. about thom & co, but i really feel so moved just thinking about how wonderful it is to have a community that can get together for positivity and that we don’t wade in the negative press and negative emotions that can surround a band as over-examined and scrutinized as Radiohead.
ordering things online is so stressful when you have to meet a certain dollar amount for free shipping