my idea of a perfect date is anyone who can comfortably straddle the aesthetic contrast between Arctic Monkeys and Bon Iver
Before Destiny’s Child, there was Manifest Destiny, a sassy band consisting of James K. Polk, Henry Clay, and Beyoncé.
A remake of George Orwell’s “Nineteen Eighty-Four” that follows the plot and tone of the book exactly, but plays Bowling for Soup’s “1985” over the credits, leaving the audience baffled and wondering if it was supposed to imply a forthcoming, really inappropriate, sequel.
The folk rock group have begun work on a handful of new songs at Eastcote Studios in Kensal Town, west London, the same studio where they recorded their debut album ‘Sigh No More’. They intend to release the record in early 2015.
Overheard in children’s library:
Girl [reading out loud to Grandma]: “I loooove Diet Coke. And cookies! And I just love cookies. And I’m so hungry and Coke and cookies!”
Grandma [pointing at the page]: “No, it says ‘Spot sat on the rug.’”
Girl: “Noooooo, it says Diet Coke.”