Your Friday Music

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“Midnight City,” by M83. This is also M83. A different one. One is named after the other. Guess which!

If you celebrate it, happy Good Friday. If you don’t celebrate it, have a good Friday.

11 Comments on “Your Friday Music”

  1. Every time I hear this song, all I can think of are Victoria’s Secret models because of that damn commercial…

  2. Stephen A. Watkins – A writer of Fantasy and Speculative Fiction living in Atlanta, Georgia. He's been writing since grade-school, and he's never given up the dream. He continues to juggle his dreams of establishing his writing career, the demands of family life, and working full time. He chronicles the challenges of balancing all these demands on his blog, The Undiscovered Author.
    Stephen A. Watkins

    Well, the video was awesome. Except I feel like I only caught glimpses of a bigger story. Which makes me want to experience the part I’m missing, to get the whole story…

  3. Awesome song & video. The video was free on iTunes last December, when I picked it up. (And the song was free on iTunes back in October.) I’ve gotten a lot of quality out of the “free each week”, though there’s a large variance in that “quality” curve.

  4. Donna Leonard – Southern California – I like to write, read, knit, crochet, watch movies, watch way too much television, listen to music and play Drawsomething 2 somewhat obsessively, not necessarily in that order. You can find my irregular blog at: 3 kids: Twenty-three-year-old boy/girl twins, and a thirteen-year-old girl. 3 cats: fourteen-year-old female, three-year-old female, and a two-year-old male
    Donna Leonard

    I LOVED the video. If I could make the ALL CAPS appear larger for emphasis, I would. I wasn’t able to appreciate the music as much do to the poor quality of my computer speakers.

  5. I present a dissenting opinion. The music did nothing for me and relies too heavily on the visuals for meaning and depth. The visuals may be from a TV show, but if they are I hope the show credits James Patterson’s Maximum Ride series since the sequence is exactly how that all starts out. For all I know that is what this video is based on – I haven’t had a TV since 1992, so don’t know about TV any more (and thankful for that).

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