Tuesday, 4 March 2014

A Singsong Around the Campfire

I rarely write about music on my blog but for my challenge of blogging seven days a week (that you can read about HERE), I wanted to talk about two of my favourite new albums! Both of them are albums that I had been eagerly waiting for and so, to have them in my hands is a happy feeling!


Peroxide - Nina Nesbitt

After enjoying all of the EPs and singles she has released on iTunes, I was so excited to purchase Nina Nesbitt's debut album Peroxide and I, as I knew would be the case, wasn't disappointed. It's a summery, sweet album as well as being full of meaning and Nina-soul. I have listened to this on repeat since I bought it the day it came out and it's time well spent. It's such an awesome album that has sad, angry and happy songs.

My favourite tracks from the album - although I can't fault one of the tracks as I love them all - are Two Worlds Away, He's The One I'm Bringing Back, The Outcome, The Hardest Part and Not What Your Dad Wants To Know (which is on the deluxe edition).  Kodaline (who I absolutely love) feature on Peroxide on the track Hold You which is a gorgeous song and also one of my favourites.

You can find the deluxe version of the album on Amazon HERE. You can also find it HERE as well as the "average" (it doesn't feel right calling it "average"... So, another version that oozes absolute awesomeness, gorgeousness and Ninaness) version HERE on iTunes.

I adore this album in abundance.

Cavalier Youth - You Me At Six

Cavalier Youth is You Me At Six's fourth album and it's a fabgreatawesome progression from Sinners Never Sleep. I cherish Cavalier Youth and I have serious sing-song-singing-like-I'm-Josh-Franceschi-sessions with it. It's an album that deserves to be synonymous with oh-my-goodness-gracious awesomeness and I've enjoyed seeing people being impressed and happy with it.

It should be noted that I, like Peroxide, can't fault any of the tracks but my favourites are Too Young To Feel This Old, Win Some, Lose Some, Be Who You Are, Carpe Diem and Wild Ones.

You can check it out HERE on Amazon and HERE and HERE on iTunes.

If Cavalier Youth had a definition it would be this: sheer quality.

I just want to "asdfghjkl". These two albums are incredible and in my elite favourite albums!


Selfies & Little Stars,

The Girl in the Moonlight.

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  1. Totally agree with you about Cavalier Youth. Love this album. You can hear the progress them have made since Sinners Never Sleep.


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