"the secretest crush there ever was is in my heart and there’s no one i can tell cause everyone around here has a big fat mouth including me and that’s the hardest part cause i really wanna tell you as you brushed my arm last night and how i felt my hear stop but i don’t trust you not to tell but i guess it’s just as well well i guess it’s just as well the secretest crush there ever was and there’s no one i can tell and i can’t even write a song about her cause she loves my band yeah she loves my band”
I graduate tonight. MORE IMPORTANTLY, THOUGH, is this story: I was with my family when I got a call from Shane - but I couldn’t answer, because I’m classy, so I texted him. What he answered changed my life forever! Long story short, Shane bestowed upon me two tickets to see Broken Bells for a mere fee of $40!
This is when they played “The High Road,” which was pretty cool because it was their first single and everyone knew the words. All of these pictures are backwards - they didn’t play this until mid-show or actually closer to the end… I’m afraid I don’t really remember.
THE GHOST INSIDE. My favorite Broken Bells song. It was beautiful, and even better live. They played this great animation in the background. I cannot describe what a great experience it was.
I couldn’t get a proper picture of the whole group… There are two people missing in this one - Dangermouse & the sweet trumpet player… I had respect for that trumpet.
James Mercer in spaaaaace!
It was a great show. It also showed me that Broken Bells fans are, for the most part, very tall.
Dear internet, I almost died like an hour ago. All of the traffic lights were out on 202, so when I tried to turn, some bitch almost plowed me into the cornfield across from Target. My quick wit maneuvered me in the right direction, which eventually led to the Kohl’s parking lot where I celebrated my survival with cigarettes and tictacs. I’m still angry and freaked out though.