Goodbye time, you ain't on my side.

Chanelle. 23. Keep on, keepin' on.

Goodbye time, you ain't on my side.
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"Gonna change my way of thinking, make my self a different set of rules. Gonna put my good foot forward and stop being influenced by fools."
 Bob Dylan (via purplebuddhaproject)
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excdus:

The Emperors, WY
David Pirrie
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glamorously-dope:

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sacredfemme:

In honor of the blood moon; moon seriesSacred Femme
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vinylespassion:

Wurlitzer
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americansongwriter:

Shovels & Rope: From A Scratch And A Hope
Let’s talk, for a second, about shovels and rope. As tools. You might regard shovels as a device for clearing driveways after snowstorms. And you might use rope to pull a sled, or rig up a tree swing in nicer weather.
But not so long ago, ropes in trees were also used for people to swing from. And shovels were handy for digging holes to lay them in. Permanently.
Yes, it’s kind of a creepy image on which to build a musical identity. But for Cary Ann Hearst and Michael Trent, the South Carolina duo who sometimes engage in the time-honored tradition of spinning such violent acts into epically dramatic murder ballads – whose songs, come to think of it, often address disaster, tragedy and human-caused mayhem – the name Shovels & Rope is fitting. Especially in a country where one can still find plenty of references to hangin’ trees.
But let’s not forget a loftier use for those tools: Rescue. As in shoveling or towing someone out when they get stuck. When you push yourself to musical edges as often as these two do, having a partner who can toss you a line – a melodic shift, a high or low harmony, an actual lyric – means everything, especially when there’s only two of you in the band. Having one another’s back takes on even more meaning when you’re also partners in life, as Hearst and Trent have been since they tied the knot in 2009. (“Getting married,” jokes Hearst, “was the easy part!”)
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chaoswhore:

Pour me a shot
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"Trust the vibes you get, energy doesn’t lie."
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