When Jill Abramson was appointed the first female executive editor of The New York Times, it was a big deal. When she was fired only two and a half years into the gig for her ”brusque management style,” it was an even bigger deal
Fell super in love with this song when I heard it a few months ago during their show at Schubas. The crowd was terrible, but they were excellent and ultimately captivating live performers. The chorus for this one is one of those tracks that you begin to memorize almost immediately. Like most BROODS songs, it is a testament to their pop craftsmanship.
“But being in love with someone who makes sense, who is calm and supportive and confident, who accepts exactly who you are right now, who doesn’t want you to change a thing, who doesn’t blame you for being a regular, flawed human being with a rich past and rich future? That feels amazing.”—Another day, another few minutes spent tearing up at Ask Polly. (via icarntspell)