By Christian Hopkins, this very talented young photographer uses his photography as a true artistic outlet to help with his depression. The whole set of images are just stunning and really draw you in, a perfect example of how art can help a person having a difficult time to express themselves.
I can’t be sure, but I think this is the most gorgeous set of photographs on the internet.
I’ve been starring at this picture for forever.. He was truly meant to live when he made the decision not to…
i recorded this song after one of my friends and biggest musical influences passed away last year. i was going through a really rough time after he passed away: i was working two jobs at about 70 hrs a week, i had just been dumped, and i felt very lost. it’s weird how you let the absence of somebody distract you from those who are still around. people are fragile, and i’m slowly learning how to appreciate them as well the as time i have with the ones i care about.
this would be one of the determining factors as to why i wanted this album to be so personal and why i wanted to include you guys in on it by taking submissions of you recording your own personal goodbyes that you, for one reason or another, were unable to say. (lemme know if you still want to submit)
i just want to thank everyone who has submitted thus far. it really made me happy to see people open up and share with me something so personal and i really hope you guys enjoy the album when it’s done.
the end of this song is concluded with an encouraging voicemail from my mother that she left me during the time i wasn’t doing too well. she had been the one to inform me my of my friend’s passing while i was at work one saturday night. she’s one of the most beautiful and important people i have in my life.
i never thought that you would go
somewhere i couldn’t follow
or take a plane, train, ride my bike
or get an ex girlfriend to take me to you
so we could drink
so we could sing
oh my god
flatsound & an amiable medley toured together
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- a fabric wrapped, hand stamped copy of I Clung To You Hoping We’d Both Drown on CD.
- Sleep on cassette.
- 2 Sleep patches.
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- 8 flatsound stickers
- an immediate download of Cassette Recordings
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