So, here’s another really beautiful music project that I just luckily ran into and I guess I’ve only discovered the tip of the iceberg with this great collection of songs that is called Atlas but wow, this is beautiful. These songs encapsulate the vastness of the stars in a beating heart, emanating light and warmth.
I love all this music I’m finding lately, seeking to mend all that breaks in us and comfort all our sad and heavy hearts. Be well, everyone!
While I actually stumbled upon Kodaline before Seafret (see my previous post), I actually saw their music video starring another actor from Game of Thrones after I watched Seafret’s. Funny coincidence. Also, I initially clicked on the first video I saw from Kodaline because it starred Christopher Mintz-Plasse, whom you might know from Superbad or Kick-Ass, in a surprisingly heartfelt and serious role.
Alright, enough with my movie and tv show obsessions. Kodaline actually deal with a lot of similar themes as Seafret and their songs feel just as passionate. With a good amount of pain and hope, at its core they often have themes of hardships and life-changing tragedies and finally overcoming them.
Both these songs and their respective music videos are sad and wonderful and as heart-wrenching as they are, they really lighten some bad days. I also recommend listening to their songs The Answer and One Day, all of these are off their first album In A Perfect World.
The music video beneath actually has a second part that continues the story, though with the same song playing.