Sometimes I get tired, but I love being on the road and feeling the energy and love from an audience. I embarked on my first headlining tour last year and every show was sold out, and I’m thankful to my fans for being there. I’ve opened up for a lot of country headliners, and having had the chance to feel that crowd screaming for me, and at a volume level I’ve never experienced before, was amazing. I never want to get to the point where success and award nominations seem like stuff that happens every day. My parents taught me that the world doesn’t owe you anything and you have to work for everything you get, and you have to appreciative of success.





❝ Some people are good at being in love. Some people are good at love. Two very different things, I think. Being in love is the romantic part—sex all the time, midday naps in the sheets, the jokes, the laughs, the fun, long conversations with no pauses, overwhelming separation anxiety… just the best sides of both people, you know? But love begins when the excitement of being in love starts to fade: the stress of life sets in, the butterflies disappear, the sex becomes a chore, the tears, the sadness, the arguments, the cattiness… the worst parts of both people. But if you still want that person by your side through all of those things… that’s when you know—that’s when you know you’re good at love. ❞
— Matthew Healy


❝ It’s kinda sad isn’t it?
That someone could hurt you so much that you have to write about it. ❞
— July 7th (via demorxlise)






Audrey Hepburn at a restaurant in the Belgian Congo during the filming of The Nun’s Story, 1958. Photo by Leo Fuchs