Hannah Beth. 25. WI.
Books. Music. Tattoos. Tea. British Television.
Charlie Chaplin’s incredible final speech from The Great Dictator.
Imogen Heap’s The Listening Chair, from her new album Sparks, puts her life into 5 minutes, portraying 7-year periods of her life in each minute. It’s an on-going project that she will continue every 7 years.
One of my favorites off Sparks. It’s silly, happy, heartbreaking all at once, and one of the most creative songs I’ve ever heard.
Idris: It means “the smell of dust after rain.”
Rory: What does?
Rory: But I didn’t ask.
Idris: Not yet. But you will.