Now, it’s evident from my last post (over two months ago… oops?) that I’m a bit of a Troye Sivan fan so you’ll understand why today has been a fairly important day. ‘Blue Neighbourhood’, Troye’s debut album, was released worldwide today and I’m already bopping along as I write this because it perfectly encompasses exactly what Troye is. He has obviously poured his heart and soul into this album and after hyping it up so much I can definitely say that I’m not disappointed one bit. As well as featuring all of the songs from his EP ‘Wild’ earlier this year, the Deluxe version has 9 new tracks (+ a remix of the EP’s title track ‘Wild’ which, let’s be honest, is kind of hard to not like), my favourite of which – excluding the ones from the EP which were all good shit – are *cough* all of them *cough*: ‘HEAVEN’, ‘BLUE’, ‘SUBURBIA’ and ‘for him.’

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Finally! I had some trouble getting this blog set up but now I think I’ve finally got it working. So, it is currently the middle of the afternoon during the Easter holidays of 2015 and recently I’ve found myself feeling just very unenthusiastic about stuff. I’m hoping that having this blog will motivate me to be adventurous and do exciting things that I wouldn’t necessarily think of doing because, let’s be honest, everyone wants to be ‘that person’ with the cool blog who always posts about the amazing things they do.

I guess you could call this an introduction so I should probably just list some random facts about myself so that you (the probably non-existent entities I’m blogging at) can get to know me and decide whether you even want to continue with reading my blog:

1) I love reading and my favourite genre is fantasy

2)I also love music but I don’t really have a favourite genre of music, I just listen to pretty much anything

3)I’m British (is that necessary information?)

4)I am a very indecisive person and if I were to have a catchphrase it would probably be ‘I don’t mind’

5)I can’t play any instruments (not very well at least) but if I could learn one it would probably be the cello

That seems like a good place to stop and I have to go now anyway because GCSE’s exist and sadly so does revision but I’ll post again soon.

See ya!