In 2012 I witnessed one of my most favourite band live for the first time – Poets of the Fall. You can read my whole experience here. (The title also is the name of their first album)
Love. Now that’s a weird thing. Because love knows no name. And yet it knows each and every name. It has no form, and that’s why it can take any form it wants. Any form you can think of. And it knows no age, knows no colour, knows no gender. And love? Love will always find the answer.
When I hear the word late, usually the first thing which comes to my mind (among other things) is this song by Poets of the Fall called Late Goodbye. It’s the first song they ever wrote, and have played it in almost all of their live concerts so far. Incidentally, it’s also the first song of theirs which I heard too back then, which was featured in the game Max Payne 2: The Fall of Max Payne , when I feel in love with this band. Still one of my favourites.
I’m not much of a ‘crying’ person. Even at times of pain or sadness I get angry more and my reaction to it is usually that way. Seldom I shed a tear, so happiness becomes more tricky. I can’t even recollect any time recently when I had some tears of joy. Although at times I’m filled with immense happiness, bringing some water out of the eyes is not something which happens.
The latest what I can honestly remember having some tears of joy is last August (2012) when I saw one of my favourite bands Poets of the Fall live for the first time. And before that in July, when I saw the most awaited movie of 2012 and the decade, and my most favourite of all time, The Dark Knight Rises. I had the privilege of seeing a special fan screening 2 days before anyone else in the world and seeing it for the first time, at certain moments really bought some tears, a sentiment which was shared by many long time Batman fans.
Apart from that which is the closest to what can get, some others which get to me are my most favourite band Linkin Park. I recently wrote a post on it here. And to end, (if you follow my blog you must have seen it a couple of times before I shared) being a Batman fan since forever, this. Took active part in spreading the word and contributing to it.
Maybe Tomorrow Is a Better Day by Poets of the Fall
Somewhere I Belong by Linkin Park
Numb by Linkin Park
Bored by Deftones
Dreaming Wide Awake by Poets of the Fall
Well honestly that is more how my week was based on remembering songs from my favourite bands than actually pertaining the song to the context itself. Still accurate more or less. Here is a post with songs describing my life.
Some of the most surreal experiences I’ve had were during my trips to the north east of the country, near the mighty Himalayas. I always wanted to travel around the world, and especially the Himalayas and the beautiful mountains. I have seen a part of the mighty mountain range, and like in the movie The Bucket List I want to see something magnificent before I die. I actually started blogging after my last camp n 2007, which you can see in the early archives of my other blog.
In recent times, another close to surreal experience when I saw one of my most favourite band Poets of the Fall live for the first time! You can read a detailed account of my experience here.