actually here’s a question: who else hasn’t ever taken a hiatus from fr? i’m not saying you’ve been super attentive the whole time you’ve used it but you’ve never like.. actually stopped for any length of time. cus i know i haven’t lmao
1. best day of my life - american authors // 2. take me to church - hozier // 3. don’t - ed sheeran // 4. habits (stay high) - tove lo // 5. bad habit - the kooks // 6. when i get older - wild party // 7. riptide - vance joy // 8. royals - lorde // 9. do i wanna know - arctic monkeys // 10. settle down - the 1975 // 11. pompeii - bastille // 12. i bet my life - imagine dragons // 13. cardiac arrest - bad suns // 14. i’m not the only one - sam smith // 15. cool kids - echosmith // 16. ain’t it fun - paramore // 17. stolen dance - milky chance // 18. shut up and dance - walk the moon // 19. centuries - fall out boy // 20. every other freckle - alt j // 21. i wanna get better - bleachers // 22. 1901 - phoenix // 23. carousel - melanie martinez // 24. demons - imagine dragons // 25. budapest - george ezra // 26. the kids aren’t alright - fall out boy // 27. fall in love -phantanogram // 28. the wire - haim // 29. what you know - too door cinema club // 30. i see fire - ed sheeran // 31. why’d you only call me when you’re high - arctic monkeys
THE GAME AWARDS 2014 ENDS WITH A FANTASTIC ZELDA MEDLEY BY KOJI KONDO AND IMAGINE DRAGONS
It seems as though the brand new Zelda U footage wasn’t all Nintendo had planned for The Game Awards in regards to The Legend of Zelda. Koji Kondo alongside Imagine Dragons wrapped up the event with a beautiful Zelda medley while some Majora’s Mask 3D footage was screened behind them. The medley consisted of the “Great Fairy’s Fountain”, the “Song of Healing” andthe “Overworld Theme”, then followed by Imagine Dragon’s original song “It’s Time”.
Make sure to click the video above if you’d like to listen to this gorgeous piece.
My favorite people of 2013 in no particular order:
(My favorite famous people so my parents aren’t offended)
Jennifer Lawrence- for being a wonderful role model for young boys and girls and for staying true to herself
Ed Sheeran- for having wonderful tweets, caring for his fans, and for advocating Fuck Cancer
Harry Styles- for being the nicest person I’ve ever heard of and never saying anything offensive also dorkiness is a plus
Joseph Gordon-Levitt- for being a fantastic actor, hilarious lip-syncer, and for making a movie where he wanted to show how the media reduces women to sex objects
All of the Nice Guys in the World- for making people smile and not giving up on others, for being kind to strangers and to the earth, and for putting others before yourself- you guys can be some of the most beautiful people I’ve ever had the pleasure of meeting
Macklemore- for bringing the issue of equality to the hits radio and showing everyone even at a young age how obvious it is to support gay rights
Louis Tomlinson- for constantly supporting charities, making children smile, and standing up for his best friends even through all the hate he recieves
Dan Reynolds- for the tear-jerking speech he gave at the Imagine Dragons concert I went to about how concerts were a safe haven for him when he was younger and he wants to offer that to anyone who might be struggling out there and make it an incredible night for them
John Green- for showing so many how interesting learning can be, for signing 150,000 copies of The Fault in Our Stars, and for always supporting women not changing themselves for a man