Soundtrack To My Life

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Hi! Today I will be answering some of the questions from the 'soundtrack to my life' tag which is going around at the moment! As you can see from my blog, music is a massive part of my life and I have a pretty broad taste when it comes to artists and genres. Enjoy!

1. What song do you listen to when you're happy
Blue by Howl. It's one of my favourite tracks at the moment and is incredibly good live as well. It's a massive bop.




2. What song do you listen to when you're sad?
Back in December by Kaiser Chiefs. I always scream along to the bridge and it cheers me up immediately. It's also on their most underrated album. In fact, the entirety of The Future Is Medieval cheers me up when I'm sad.


3. What song will you have at your wedding?
A Million Love Songs by Take That. Yes, I know, the most traditional wedding song ever. It's such a good song though and can you believe Gary wrote it when he was 16? The songs I've written at 16 are horrific. 


4. What song do you dance around the house to?
Knights Of Cydonia by Muse. I sing the entire guitar interlude and introduction too, because it would be wrong not to.


5. What song do you play through your headphones when out and about?
In My Mind by The Amazons is my go to track at the moment, however all of The Amazon's songs are bloody brilliant and I would whole heartedly recommend going and giving them a listen.


6. What song do you listen to when you're angry?
Fallout by Catfish and the Bottlemen. During a very hard time I went through with my ex-best friend I would have this on repeat. It's such a good rant song and tends to summarise my feelings as well. Oh, and Pacifier by Catfish and the Bottlemen.  


7. What song would you have at your funeral?
Requiem by Gary Barlow or Carry You Home by James Blunt. I have always been a massive fan of both artists and Carry You Home always makes me feel really emotional, and I would hope that that feeling would carry over to everyone at my funeral. Requiem is about death(?) so would be rather apt.


8. What song makes you lose your shit at a party?
Mr Brightside by The Killers. I always find myself at the peak of drunkenness when it comes on at a party and me and my friends all stand in a circle and sing along. Admittedly, I'm normally far more enthusiastic about it than anyone else...


9. What was the last song you listened to?
Fairytale by Alexander Rybak. I am a massive Eurovision fan and this was the first winning song I can remember and is also such a beautiful song from an utterly beautiful and adorable man. I had been watching old Eurovision winners' songs, so ended up adding Fairytale back onto my Spotify playlist.


10. What is your karaoke song?
Copacabana by Barry Manilow or Laura by Scissor Sisters. I entirely blame James McAvoy for me new found love for Copacabana after he performed it on The Jonathan Ross Show a few years ago. Laura is one of my favourite songs ever and carries some really happy memories with it too.


11. What song has the most memories attached to it?
Ruby by the Kaiser Chiefs. We played it at my dad's funeral and was his favourite song, but it was also the song that Ricky Wilson sang to me when I saw the band live last year. It was the most incredible experience of my entire life.


12. What song makes your cry?
Don't Forget Where You Belong by One Direction always makes me cry no matter when I listen to it, but I always bawl when I hear it life. Same goes for Angels by Robbie Williams, but I think that's a given.


14. What song do you hate the most? 
Honestly anything by Taylor Swift. I cannot stand her. Oh, and Blurred Lines by Robin Thicke. But, once again, that's a given. 


15. What song do you want to hear live?
Fake Tales of San Fransisco by the Arctic Monkeys. I've been a fan of the band for a good seven or eight years now and have always longed to hear them live. Fake Tales of San Fransisco is also my favourite song of theirs at the moment.


16. What is your favourite song of all time?
I think it must be Coming Home by the Kaiser Chiefs. It has this amazing way of making me feel on top of the world even at my lowest points and will always remind me of some amazing times I have had at gigs and the amazing friends I have met through the band. 



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