Jens Lenkman ‘Life Will See You Now’ (Orange Vinyl) | Vinyl Me, Please

Across three studio albums, the Swedish singer/songwriter and musician has proven not only his flair for telling very personal stories with a sharp self-awareness, but also his skill for balancing depth of emotional expression with droll and often self-deprecating detail. It’s a winning pop combination.His fourth, Life Will See You Now, is a typical Lekman album in several ways: sly humor is key to its heartfelt nature; it inverts pops writing norm by making songs with sad concerns sound happy and songs with a happy subject sound sad; and it plays with notions of identity and the self.

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50 People Share What They’re Grateful to Do Every Day – Tiny Buddha

At night, when you think about how you spent your day, how often do you focus on all the things you had to do? I worked. I ran errands. I went to the gym. I made dinner. And when you tell someone about this kind of day, how often do you do it with a less-than-enthused tone? I suspect this is the norm for many of us, at least during the workweek. Commitments, to work and family, can engulf our lives and seem like chores, not choices and chances. I distinctly remember one day, years ago, when my day feltRead more ›

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