Tom Rosenthal’s ‘Sex, Death and Landscapes‘ will resurface feelings you wish you did not have
Tom Rosenthal creates the most perfect songs. Songs that make you dig down deep to those feelings you would most of the time pretend don’t exist. Those feelings that are squashed so far down with the hope that, if you pretend they are not there, they will go away.
But, of course, they never do. And then they resurface at times when you are least expecting or wanting them.
Tom Rosenthal’s ‘Sex, Death and Landscapes‘ does that.
It makes you think about that person you love. The one you know it will never work out with, and the one you know you are so much better off without. But, you love them anyway.
Tom Rosenthal’s ‘Sex, Death and Landscapes‘ is my Repeat Rotation Video today. Because of all of that. And because it is beautiful.
Listen below. With headphones on. Loud. And, always always dancing.
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