And I’m hibernatin’ in this dancery
2016: it’s been full of fuckeries and thank the powers that be that we had music to get us through.
I tried with some albums, but it just wasn’t happening. Views, TLOP and Blonde (as much as it hurts me to say), I’m looking at all three of you. Don’t get me wrong, they had some amazing standout tracks, but as a whole, they just didn’t top it for me.
Anyway, onto the good stuff. My top 5 albums are as follows. They’re in no particular order:
Travelling solo was something I’d never thought I would do. Like going to the cinema or eating alone in a restaurant, I was uncomfortable at the thought of being on my own for something that’s supposed to be shared. I decided to take the plunge anyway!
Housed in an unassuming industrial estate, God’s Own Junkyard is the ultimate utopia of neon signage in all of Europe.
As 2015 winds down, here are my top five albums of the year in no particular order.