terça-feira, 28 de agosto de 2007

porn, robots and fluorescent lights

fiquei perturbado. mas logo percebi que ver a palavra amor escrita várias vezes apenas confirmava a minha certeza e o seu crescimento.

'In Icelandic mythology, you have this saga where the Gods get aggressive and the world explodes and everything dies and then the sun comes up and everything starts all over again.'

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Rogério Nuno Costa disse...


Artur disse...

That song's from a moment when I'd had a pretty rough winter and then it was a spring morning and I walked outside and the birds were singing: Spring is here! I wrote the song and recorded in half a day. It just clicked - you know: you're being too stubborn, don't be so silly, there is love everywhere. The feeling, the emotion of the song was like completely melting and loving everything and feeling like everything loved you, after a long time of not having that. The song, in essence, is actually about believing in love. Love isn't just about two persons, it's everywhere around you. Even if you're not getting love from Person A, it doesn't mean there's not love there.

I guess waking up after having been in Spain for six months in the mountains...with few people. It was kind of solitary. And it was April, and I had to walk in the morning...around the mountains. And spring just kicked in. It was definitely nature-inspired. On a more personal level. It's about when you have been too stubborn about giving love to one particular direction... you expect it back ...like it's a bank or something. And kind of realizing that it's up to you what you give, but it's not up to you what you are given and where from.