i saw AM on august 17th 2014 and that was the day my life changed forever

last updated
august 18th 2014

currently reading
despair, by vladimir nabokov

currently writing
a bunch of dumb short story ideas

currently watching
nothing in particular

WIP gifsets

Meet the Monkeys
[2/5 completed]
AM Eras
[2/6 completed]
AM Plus
[3/? completed]

WIP edits

Greek Myth Fancast
[1/? completed]

  1. Esquire: Why haven’t Arctic Monkeys messed it up?
  2. Turner: It depends on who you ask, in some people’s heads we probably have. I suppose working with good people, and a bit of luck, really. We’ve got a great manager and we made a good decision there to sign with a label that was going to encourage us to flourish. [Thinks] I was trying not to say this but, you know, it’s built on a friendship that goes back to when we were, like, seven years old or whatever. I’m just desperately trying not to be, like, sentimental.
  3. O’Malley: We keep trying. I need to get a really big drug habit, then we’re fucked. But you want to look back and go, “No regrets about it”. You meet people who are in bands and they seem quite bitter about things that have happened to them. But we’ve got no feelings like that. Hopefully, when I’m old I will still be able to say that.
  4. Helders: There’s loads of things we’ve backed away from or not done that maybe would have made us a bigger band but weren’t necessarily that credible or something we could live with ourselves for. Even if that’s just a song idea that’s a bit dishonest in a way. It’s quality control. As long as we all agree on stuff, then I think we’ll be alright.
  5. Cook: Really? I don’t know.