Ciara’s Music Library #1

I’ve decided that in an attempt to keep my blog updated weekly, I’m going to focus on one thing I love – music. So most Tuesdays (and I stress the most, because we all know when the time comes that my bog is actually updated every week, the apocalypse is surely near), I’ll do a sort of mini-review on what songs I’m listening to that week, or a band whose album I’ve recently… uh… ‘bought’.

So this, week, I’m going to start with Ed Sheeran’s newest album, X. As you probably know from one of my previous blog posts where I talked about his gig in Vicar Street in May 2014, I am a huge Ed Sheeran fan, and as a result, I was extremely excited for the release of the album. I wasn’t disappointed – but then again, after waiting almost 3 years for a new album, my initial reaction was always going to be extreme excitement!

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A Visit To Vicar Street

It’s been a whole week since I last blogged. I know, it’s terrible, but things have been awfully hectic around here the past week. Firstly, study week began this week – and by study week I mean the week that everything is due. Well, almost everything. We had three assignments to submit this week and we have one assignment due and two exams next week. It’s all a bit manic.

But none of that inspired this week’s blog post. This post is about the wonderfully talented and all round amazing person, Ed Sheeran – who I saw live in Vicar Street on Monday night. IT WAS AMAZING. There are no words to accurately describe the atmosphere at the gig on Monday night, but it is safe to say it was one of the best gigs I was ever at.

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