Thursday, November 12

Liner notes | 01

(Note: I should have published this ages and ages ago. But hey. September was alright.)

01. Sitting on the ha-ha after several long shifts at work, watching the September sunshine warp n weft.
02. Drinking more coffee than is advisable after buying a cheap handheld milk frother.
03. Saturday morning, sunlight illuminating my bedroom.
04. Finding a ticket stub for the opera in Manchester inside an old copy of Carson McCullers.
05. Nau Sea Sea Sick, short stories about the sea, one of my favourite compilations.
06. Post-run coffee is always a good thing.
07. Struggling through Faulkner's The Sound and the Fury, almost giving up, warming to it immensely by the end.
08. Reaching next for Ali Smith's How to be both; a lucky £1 charity shop find.
09. Since their sunset show at End of the Road festival, where I danced so hard I snapped a dungaree buckle, revisiting Future Islands' back catalogue - especially the song Balance.
10. Also listening to a lot of Tame Impala, Sufjan Stevens, and Nathaniel Rateliff's new album. Very excited to see him play in London next month.
11. Watching the BBC adaptation of An Inspector Calls and thinking of when a friend's dad thought we were studying a play called 'Spectacles' for GCSE.