Music videos do not get better than these

The worse the sound quality, the more you know that the sound in question has not conformed to anything other than imminent human error – there’s no question of dishonesty when no questions have been clearly posed

On the topic of music that is not clearly posed-
straight-up, nothing to do with good or bad… a) conforming to what? b) What musician? a) To nothing. b) I don’t know, Sufjan Stevens? Yes, I genuinely love how this music sounds and I have no idea why.

Perhaps feelings are more like occurrences than recurrences as our words would have them: recurring ______? Occurred to me, another thought in the crowd at the gig in London.

I often forget how I felt before and only remember how I feel now / the place the soles of my feet currently lean against? Occurred to me
I often delete what I want to forget and record what I want to know / the friends and songs I don’t have to be with

the fact that not all pavements are the same, finding love in the idea that

you forget that you can perpetually go somewhere else – so here’s keeping it real;

a funnel from a Sufjan Stevens gig in Dublin to your place -now- when it’s there

The worse the sound quality, the more you know that the sound in question has not been conformed to anything other than honest human error  –

LOVE thinking about why the videos are being taken during concerts; the reasons are always sweet and romantic; taking a video for a friend or for a future moment in isolation where the video can be watched back – I’m on that now – the quality of the video is kind of cute and makes me feel like I’m there: thoughts and vision blurring and tingling me like white noise sparkles on a phenomenological screen. Connected feels –

Music videos do not get better than these^!!>>>:>>>

What a song!

Sufjan Stevens, “Should Have Known Better” (Official Audio) from Asthmatic Kitty on Vimeo.

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