Coco on Bandcamp.
I’m imagining the same sad yet beautiful horizon that David Berman and Jason Molina once looked upon and wondered if it’s worth it. Not the desire to want to believe that it’s worth it. I think we all know that’s worth it. But just … is it worth it? I don’t know Coco and won’t assume any projected sadness (I’m writing this during my second week on Lexapro). You don’t have to be on medication to crawl into this lovely void of sound and murmur and slowly be rocked to daydreaming. I’m now picturing my younger self in college and imagining myself walking to and from class in late fall or spring and wanting my surroundings to sound as deep and as beautiful as this song. I wonder if listening to music too much causes this disconnect; why does “Do This Right” feel more like the silence in my head than actual silence? Does actual silence make me that uncomfortable? This guy looks like George Harrison.
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