Naughty Boy just continues to be so shady every time he talks about Zayn.  He pauses a lot, thinks a lot, and it reminds me of how Harry chooses his words so that he’s telling the truth even if you don’t know it at the time.

He keeps saying things like “I understand everyone needs someone to blame” and “it will all blow over soon”, "Zayn’s his own man” and “no one can tell Zayn what to do, least of all me”.  

With my already biased perspective, it sounds to me like Naughty Boy finds his role as a the villain a bit ironic, knows that eventually (hopefully soon) people won’t be blaming him anymore because Zayn will be back, and that Zayn has been fighting his management tooth and nail over the things he can fight them on.

Also, saying Zayn is writing a “soulful” album and that “the less [Naughty Boy] says about it, the better” is a bit weird.  Soulful can apply to anything written using real emotions, so it’s not that Zayn is necessarily leaping eagerly into various types of genres and sound production.  Soulful is about the meaning, not the sound.  That’s a bit of a dodge from what the interviewer asked.  

The second line sounds to me like one of those times where the boys are using a coy line, but in the end it’s the truth.  Literally, there’s a big secret, so Naughty Boy can’t say more about Zayn writing because it’s not allowed and really not advisable.

Anyway, take this for tinhatting if you want, but my point is that once again, nothing Naughty Boy has said actually supports the idea of Zayn leaving and going solo.  Words are put in his mouth or implied by the context, but he seems to be playing Harry’s dodging game.  He actually seems to be hinting at a return.

I’m a lucky, lucky gal.


(via Good Vibrations (Stereo Track Sections) (2001 Digital Remaster) - YouTube)

I love hearing separate components of the arrangement…



I fucking hate you people. you claim you know anything about country music because you can sing along to a few luke bryan songs and you thing sam hunt is the coolest thing ever. this is country. there are no more outlaws left. please dont sit there and pretend your country as a cricket because you drive a truck and you can sing the words to jason aldean songs. what about waylon. what about hank, what about mearl, what about charlie, what about johnny, what about conway. what about johnny paycheck. fuck you. this music had true pain, these men drank hard, lived hard, loved hard, and put all they had into this music. so no you stupid pricks that isnt the same as some asshole that wrote a song for fuckin brad paisley to sing about being a fucking loser. LONG LIVE THE TRUE OUTLAWS AND GOOD OLD BOYS.


Matryoshka  • • • Mountclair

Brand new track from the debut EP, “align • collide”.