I am putting this song up as an earworm for one reason and one reason alone. It’s called “Bacon”. Other than that, I really don’t care much for this song, but maybe you will. Enjoy!
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This song sends chills down my spine sometimes. Thanks to Amazon Prime Music, I am able to enjoy this song on a regular basis, and It’s making me want to purchase more of Lindsey’s tracks. Seriously, who would have thought that violin and dubstep can mesh well together. (more…)
For the last week and a bit since this video was released, I was hooked to this song by Ellie Goulding. The repeating guitar riff in the verses of this angry piece simply intrigued me. The tempo and Ellie’s voice kept the guitar sounding very urgent, but it was also the tone of the guitar…where did it come from?
My wife brought this song to my attention, and now I cannot stop humming it. I have to say, this song is very out of the box for Mumford & Sons. Had I not known it was them, i would have not guessed it was them. And I think that’s a good thing. It keeps them fresh.
I blame Cheesecake for this one. He played this while we were in the car. Now I have heard this song previously, and I didn’t pay much attention to it, but, he kept on humming it, and it’s turned into an earworm. It’s distracting me so much I had to forgo my scheduled post.
We’ll that partially true. I have been busy working on a home project, and by the end of it all, I am totally spent. I am hoping to get it up by Wednesday. In the meantime, enjoy this irritating earworm.