Vol.1 + Summer | Music Eases the Soul
Music eases the soul
This is a post about chasing the shadows away with a flicker of morning light on your skin. About slow lulls, music and conundrums that leave you unnerved.
I will be officially married in a few months. To our families and close ones, it’s an umpteenth joy of happiness and celebration. To me, it’s merely an extension of our solidarity.
Lately, I’ve noticed a curious thing about me, I wake up restless, often pondering the why & what, nearly every morning. While he dreams of the beautiful escapades that we will soon undertake and the galore of celebrations that adorns an Indian Wedding, I heave a sigh.
I need to hear that everything is okay. So, I often turn up the volume and let myself let go, one beat, at a time.
Here’s a list of my respite
- Lost Stars – Adam Levine
- Hero – Family of the Year
- Youth – Daughter
- High Hopes – Kodaline
- Kerala – Bonobo
- Do I wanna know – Arctic Monkeys
- I can’t make you love me – Bon Iver
- Let You – Applebottom
- Wicked Games ( Adriatique & Thyladomid Edit) – Chris Issak
The Art of Memories :
- In the middle of the vortex that is an Indian Wedding; I forgot.
- I forgot all about my words, my feelings and the brilliance of music but this is a #lategram to all those unsaid, unexpressed moments, fully lived via the sheer pleasure of music.