"This is probably my favourite song on the album. Again, written very quickly - I took inspiration from the fogs that come rolling in off the English Channel down the valley where I live. Even on a sunny day you'll look out of the window and suddenly you can't see anything apart from blank mist. It's spooky. It's a pretty downbeat song, but I like the fact that the album doesn't just end with a nice, neat "everything's going to be ok" message. Life is not that straight forward, it's unpredictable and uncertain and painted in shades of grey rather than being simple black-and-white. We recorded a version of this song that had a whole extra section in the middle, and had drums and bass and horns and strings on it. But in the end we felt there was some magic in the simplicity of the original demo, so we recorded it again in a much simpler arrangement. I find it emotional to play and I would say it's been the highlight of the recent gigs for me. The nagging feeling of "Is there somewhere I'm meant to be?" is a feeling that I think haunts a lot of people as they get a little older, and the feeling of being "rolled" along by life is part of being human I think." -Tim [x]
It’s just how I remember it. The trees, the river, everything. Like nothing’s changed… not true of course. Everything’s changed.
Every single person needs to reblog this. No, it will not ruin your blog, it will make it a million times better.
So much respect. And sadness. He’s trying so hard to stay strong.
i’m tearing :/
No, no, this is horrible. You see, the flag will go to the husband or wife of the deceased soldier as next of kin. This flag is going to the son.
Both of his parents are gone.
We must try not to sink beneath our anguish, Harry, but battle on
I never wanted any of you to die for me.
Shailene Woodley sighted arriving at the BBC Radio 1 Studios March 31, 2014 in London, England.