On Top Of The World: A review of Imagine Dragons live

Early this year, Imagine Dragons announced their Evolve World Tour would bring them to New Zealand. They’d actually toured NZ twice before but not Wellington, so I’d never seen them live before. Stoked at the thought of seeing them without having to pay for flights and accommodation too, my friend Chloe and I bought tickets … More On Top Of The World: A review of Imagine Dragons live

Glamorous Indie Rock & Roll: A review of The Killers concert

Once upon a time (actually, 2009), The Killers announced they were going to tour New Zealand. They were my favourite band at the time so I was initially super excited. But then my 15 year old heart broke because they were only going to play Auckland and Christchurch, either option quite a distance from my … More Glamorous Indie Rock & Roll: A review of The Killers concert

Laneway 2018

The first real post I ever wrote for this blog was my reflection on Laneway 2012, and now, six years later, I’ve finally made it to another one. Laneway 2018 was yesterday and it was an awesome day. I wanted to go mostly because I wanted to go to a music festival, not because any … More Laneway 2018

Viva Las Vegas

The past week, I had the absolute privilege of spending 7 nights in Las Vegas. It was incredible and bizarre, and I’m still dimly in shock that it’s even a real place. View this post on Instagram 💰🍸🎲 A post shared by Clemmie (@seaalley) on Jun 21, 2016 at 3:55pm PDT The intense heat was … More Viva Las Vegas

Oh these times are hard: a lesson in post-concert depression

When I saw Mumford & Sons, I knew I had Coldplay to look forward to. After Coldplay, I had Band of Horses. Following that I had Ed Sheeran, and following Ed I had the Script. But now The Script concert has been and gone, there’s nothing. I’ve got nothing. I wanted words but all I heard … More Oh these times are hard: a lesson in post-concert depression