just radiohead


Radiohead - Just (1995) - Directed by Jamie Thraves. | “You do it to yourself, you do / And that’s what really hurts / Is that you do it to yourself / Just you, you and no one else / You do it to yourself.” 

What Happens: A man inexplicably lies down in the street. A crowd gathers to try to help him get up but when he refuses they demand to know what’s wrong with him. Meanwhile Radiohead play “Just” in a nearby flat. Eventually, the man reluctantly agrees to tell them why he’s lying down. The subtitles cut out so we only see him mouthing the words. When they hear his reason they all lie down as well.

the (pre) The Bends era b-sides are so important. like Lewis (“Changed shape to fit / In the end you just feel sick / A million love songs under anaesthetic / Hey don’t do it / Don’t jump”), Permanent Daylight (“The easiest way to sleep at night / Is to carry on believing that I don’t exist”), Lozenge of Love (“I can’t sleep / Why can’t someone hold me / I need warmth / A restless body cracks some more / I won’t have the strength / When you really need me”) and the amazing You Never Wash Up After Yourself (“I must get out once in a while / I eat all day and now I’m fat”).

Thom is so precious and so depressed.


[PIC/TRANS] FTISLAND’s Cosmopolitan Magazine June 2017 Interview

FTISLAND is celebrating their 10th anniversary this year. Honestly, in Korea, it is not an easy thing to maintain a group, let alone a band, for 10 years. 

Hongki: Yes, indeed. When we were younger when we were going to debut, we didn’t really want to debut. Since we debuted when we were still really inexperienced, (now) music-wise, we still have so many things that we want to try, and we have so many things that we still want to do better. Honestly, for several years, we didn’t really have the ambition to have promotional activities since we came to do music. The numerical figure of “10 years″ somewhat holds a heavy meaning to us now.

To be able to stay solid for a long time, what do you think is your driving force?

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