New beginnings are often disguised as painful endings.
Lao Tzu (via planetaselectricos)

Ezra Koenig at Leeds Festival 2014 (photos by NME / Jordan Hughes)

I think that if you’re just going to write a song about like a relationship that has no personal characteristics to it, how can people relate to that because there is no standard relationship, there is only a personalised relationship that you shared with another person. Writing about that means that other people who have that kind of relationship with another person or had one, can relate to it. I used to think that if you leave out details that people could relate more, but I don’t think that’s the case because I think that it’s really the more you let people in, the more they feel let in and the more they feel like we all share something.

Bradley does the ASL ice bucket challenge (and nominates Katie) [x]