Sunday, 13 September 2015

Seaside Playlist

Last week me and the rest of the Perry family went away to Cornwall for a week away; as we have more family down there, it is something we do quite regularly however this time we stopped at St. Ives instead of the usual place, Looe. Although, Looe is a lovely little town and I love it there; St. Ives is just beautiful. Cornwall is one of my favourite places to venture in the UK, it is so chill and hip and it's just a great place to get away to even if its just for a few days. With me being the music geek that I am, I obviously have to make a new playlist that is fitting for wherever I go. This is one of my favourite playlists yet and I feel that it's really appropriate for the beach setting whether you're just going for a stroll on the beach or reading a book, it's quite a peaceful track list.

Seaside Playlist

Bitter Palace
Ask The Smiths
Feels Like We Only Go Backwards Tame Impala
Gracious Ben Howard
Still The Japanese House
My House By The Water Mac De Marco
Sunday Morning The Velvet Underground
Veins Palace
Oceans Seafret
Pools To Bathe In The Japanese House
Take Me To The Water Nina Simone
Girl From The North Country Bob Dylan
Caught Florence & The Machine
Video Girl FKA Twigs

Above: Clearly having a whale of a time here ft. my wild hair and my awkward pose as I attempt to recover from a rogue wave

As you can probably tell by the above playlist, I'm a huge fan of The Japanese House and also Florence and the Machine. For me, The Japanese House are nothing like anything I've heard before, which is why I think I love them so much. My obsession with Florence and the Machine has also grown as I've recently brought her new album on vinyl, 'How Big How Blue How Beautiful'. All of the above songs are ones that I really thing bring the sense of the beach and the ocean waves all the way back home to me and are increasing my holiday blues as I continue to listen to them. If there is one thing you should take away from this playlist though, I definitely suggest listening to the Glass Animals, another new find of mine as I think they’re really rad.

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