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    Patricia // leftoverjinx

    Majority of my friends call me Trish, I guess you could call me the same. I'm a transcriptions editor with a really messed up body clock and never ending affinity for films, food, and written words. I like sweets, neutrals and monochromes, street art, window seats, golf carts and traveling with my friends. Some of the things that sometimes completely preoccupy me is my fixation with the now defunct THE CIVIL WARS and their beautiful art of sadness, CSS and HTML (I could do it all day long), and those damn hypnotizing Tasty videos. Top country in my travel bucketlist? Iceland. But the one that will always have my heart? Hong Kong.


    If you knew me personally, you're aware of the fact that I have this certain dependency on the Internet: I rely on the world wide web for daily news, anything about movies and music -- basically anything that involves information, I get online. I don't watch much TV or listen to the radio. So when I begin to like a musician or a band, it's either I discovered it through a film I was watching, or a friend recommended it to me, or someone I follow on social media kept talking about it, I had to check it out.

    I remember Sherlock introducing me to LANY last year while I was still deeply engrossed in EDEN's music. I fell in love with EDEN's music hard. I still listen to his albums as much as I can up to this day. Days and weeks went on and I never get tired of playing i think you think too much of me. (Please, please, please do check his music out!) Then he then recommended LANY's ILYSB (the Stripped version specifically). I was hesitant at first (because I was still enjoying being knee-deep obsessed in EDEN's music and I can't be bothered with anything else) but when I did, it was an "Oh my God, I think I'm in love." moment. (See what I did there? LOL)


    I remember tweeting this too way back because how one can be equally talented and gorgeous, I don't know, but it seems like both Jonathon (a.k.a. EDEN) and Paul (of LANY) got it all figured out. I began knowing more about the band and their EPs and songs, and I am a simple girl, all it takes is one song to turn me into a physical-album-buying and concert-going fan and their song pink skies did it for me. I'm gonna go ahead and say it: they had this ~*~aesthetic~*~ that appealed to a lot of people. But it's more than that. I can't quite explain it but somehow they managed to settle comfortably into my Spotify account with their songs about love, of course, and all the little things in between.


    . Tuesday, August 08, 2017 .

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    . Tuesday, August 08, 2017 .


    If you knew me personally, you're aware of the fact that I have this certain dependency on the Internet: I rely on the world wide web for daily news, anything about movies and music -- basically anything that involves information, I get online. I don't watch much TV or listen to the radio. So when I begin to like a musician or a band, it's either I discovered it through a film I was watching, or a friend recommended it to me, or someone I follow on social media kept talking about it, I had to check it out.

    I remember Sherlock introducing me to LANY last year while I was still deeply engrossed in EDEN's music. I fell in love with EDEN's music hard. I still listen to his albums as much as I can up to this day. Days and weeks went on and I never get tired of playing i think you think too much of me. (Please, please, please do check his music out!) Then he then recommended LANY's ILYSB (the Stripped version specifically). I was hesitant at first (because I was still enjoying being knee-deep obsessed in EDEN's music and I can't be bothered with anything else) but when I did, it was an "Oh my God, I think I'm in love." moment. (See what I did there? LOL)


    I remember tweeting this too way back because how one can be equally talented and gorgeous, I don't know, but it seems like both Jonathon (a.k.a. EDEN) and Paul (of LANY) got it all figured out. I began knowing more about the band and their EPs and songs, and I am a simple girl, all it takes is one song to turn me into a physical-album-buying and concert-going fan and their song pink skies did it for me. I'm gonna go ahead and say it: they had this ~*~aesthetic~*~ that appealed to a lot of people. But it's more than that. I can't quite explain it but somehow they managed to settle comfortably into my Spotify account with their songs about love, of course, and all the little things in between.