According to Scientific studies, drinking coffee lowers the risk of death. So I am having my first cup of the day. I would be a hypocrite if I tell you I am not scared of dying. I can’t bear the thought of parting away from my Enya collection of The Best of…the TV series I have been watching with my loved one…the thought that I wont be blogging anymore to annoy and inspire people! I just can’t …I can’t..I can’t eeeek!
Now away from the grisly imagination that often plagues me comes the light of pleasure that only music can bring. And that is exactly what I am doing. I am indulging myself. It is the best substitute for chocolate…well apart from blue berry cheese cake, ish schream….and sushi, nom nom nom!
Outside, clouds are starting to gather around the rather unrelenting sun while I am listening to the Hurricane Bells. I just love the name of the band. So catchy. So like hurricane and bells. Exactly. Now if you think all the reviews I have been doing in this site is trust worthy and of great quality, then I encourage you to take a look at http://www.hurricanebells.com/ where you can find more info about this band from New York.
Steve Schiltz is the main man that formed this group and the final line up are: Ashen Keilyn, Christian Bongers, Colin Brooks, Travis Harrison, Jason Molina, Anthony Molina, Todd Dahlhoff and Sammy James Jr.
The band gained notoriety after appearing in Twilight Saga: New Moon. According to the band bio:
Unsurprisingly, it was Schiltz’ inclusion on The Twilight Saga: New Moon soundtrack that truly introduced his new project to the masses. His song “Monsters,” a Tonight Is the Ghost B-side, was chosen to give a guitar-heavy punch to the teen vampire sensation — and was unofficially Schiltz’ first album atop the Billboard 200 charts.
I am sure anything beautiful can’t be kept too long! Nom nom nom!