Music Monday #6

I’m so sorry for my recent absence, lovely readers. I have been so busy and knackered recently, I’ve been taking the odd photo but just haven’t had the OOMPH to upload them and put them on here. I will be doing a post covering a few outifts I wore over the past week though, so nae worries. Hello to my new followers, by the way! It’s so nice to have you along for the ride!

Anyway, time for a bit of a roundup of the music I’ve been grooving to or particularly enjoying these past few days.

1- Rainbow- Since You’ve Been Gone

This was one of my favourite songs when I was little. I have no idea why, apparently I was wicked cool. Anyway, I was listening to Radio 2 on the way home from tutoring yesterday (I always listen to Radio 2, I am amazing, shh) and when I switched it back on, the show was Sounds of the 70’s with Johnny Walker and this song came on. I had a proper boogie while driving, belting out the words… love it.

2- Dio- Rainbow In The Dark

My brother and I were talking about Bloodstock the other day and we talked about the beer we’re looking forward to trying. I couldn’t help but think of this song and the beer it has inspired of the same name. It is my favourite pint of the year and the song is pretty nifty too.

3- Killswitch Engage- When Darkness Falls

It’s funny how your taste in music can change so much. I used to love KSE, and this was definitely my favourite song of theirs. Broseph was showing me their new stuff and it made me just want to listen to this. I’ll be putting their End Of Heartache album back onto my iPod, methinks!

4- Killswitch Engage- Always

Yeah another KSE track, but this is the one that Broseph showed me that made me think how much I used to like these guys. It’s their new/old singer Jesse Leach rather than Howard on this track and I have to say, I like his voice. Quick warning to have tissues ready for the manly tears you will cry watching this video, though.

5- Demon Hunter- My Heartstrings Come Undone

All that KSE really made me think about Demon Hunter, too! Again, DH were a band I used to love and there was a time that this CD was in regular rotation in my walkman (GOD those were the days). They’re a ‘Christian’ band but you really couldn’t tell unless you knew so yeah!

About Hannah

I'm Hannah. Almost thirty, qualified teacher. Goth, vegan, Hufflepuff and Hordie. I like bats, skulls, glitter, tombstones, vampires, werewolves, ghosts, mummies, ghouls and zombies, Disney, musicals, Harry Potter and Star Wars.
This entry was posted in Music, Music Monday, Uncategorized and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s