Turn up the volume and dance
like when no one is watching. Forget the neighbours.
Most of you might scroll past this towards other posts in the music section. Just stop.
I may know nothing about adults or ‘the workplace’, as you like to call it, but I do know that it’s similar to school. You’re all sitting at your desks pretending to work but are secretly sleeping with your eyes open.
Research has shown that surgeons are more relaxed when listening to music in theatre. It also prevents them from getting bored. Whether you’re a surgeon or not, you’re bored so stick your headphones in the computer and listen to the playlist I’ve already lined up. You’re welcome.
If you like this playlist, check out this one too.
I take no responsibility for those who blast the music through their office and disturb others. It may be my fault but nevertheless I do not take responsibility.
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I know my blogging is irregular at the moment but I can assure you that it won’t be for much longer so bear with me.
These are 25 absolute chahoons:
I’m trying out something new: I’ll make a playlist of the music that I listen to each week and post it as a Spotify playlist so you can jam to them too. There’s a combination of old and new songs in there just to mix it up a little bit…
I’m sorry for my lack of blogging and I can assure you it will not happen again as the internet is well and truly fixed!
After little debate
and much fan-girling I have decided to blog about The Vamps. I mentioned them in a post a while back but since their audience is expanding, I thought I should let more of you into the secret…
Bradley Will Simpson (17), James McVey (18), Tristan Evans (18) and Connor Ball (16) have been signed to EMI Records and it’s no surprise considering their immense talent – not to mention their good-looks. Actually let’s mention them, shall we? They happen to be gorgeous which doesn’t work that well for me because I can’t pull myself away from their Youtube Channel.
Brad, the lead singer and guitarist, started out making cover videos on Youtube under the name Bradskates9. His channel was found by James and they formed a band, soon to be joined by Trist and later by Con – their bassist.
Their cover of 22 – Taylor Swift has reached almost 200,000 views in a week. Enough said. EMI Records has realised their potential and so have their Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and Youtube followers.
Side note: If by some freak chance The Vamps are reading this then please drop me a message (firstname.lastname@example.org) and
marry me let me know what you think.
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