Whilst we're on this topic, have you seen Lana Del Rey's short film, Tropico that was released earlier today? It's up on her Vevo and although I do like the storyline that accompanies her image so well I thought there was a bit too much dialogue with John the Baptist, Marilyn Monroe and Elvis in the Garden of Eden. I was proud of Lana for getting her body out and flaunting her more womanly, 'normal' figure which is so rarely seen in music videos and on pop princesses that flood the media. I will forever admire Lana Del Rey for her music, style and beauty; maybe she is not the classic inspiration but it's the image she has created for herself that I love and am inspired by.
1) Young and Beautiful - Lana Del Rey
This track was the only one I thought actually suited the glamorous, luxurious theme of the Great Gatsby in the 1920s.
2) One For The Road - Arctic Monkeys
3) Girls - The 1975
Zac Efron is the background on my friend's phones : Matt Healy is mine.
4) Young Heart - We Are The Ocean
Get past the first 20 seconds and it becomes less shouty, more relatable.
5) Goodbye My Lover - James Blunt
Great lying-in-bed-getting-emotional-for-no-reason song.
6) Stay With Me - You Me At Six
7) Chelsea Dagger - The Fratellis
8) The Only Difference Between Martyrdom and Suicide is Press Coverage - Panic! At The Disco
My favourite band with the Arctic Monkeys and The 1975 but feel for this name...
9) Black Chandelier - Biffy Clyro
10) Call It What You Want - Foster The People
In my opinion these artists are not appreciated anywhere near enough so even if you just listen and enjoy, remember them when you're next having an iTunes music spree! x