I came home last night after watching my team against Bochum which was playing in the no-mans land between promotion and descent. Finally we draw 1:1 and it was a good result after all even were were the better team. But we had a lot of luck during the last games and so it is all right. Sadly I have no time and no impulse for a steady new series or something else in a row. When I came home yesterday I searched for some good music to finish the day and I decided to listen once again to the records of Joy Division. It is more than 30 years ago since I got a spot on their output but I was fascinated by their songs from the first time I listened to them. It was a mixture of post-punk, dark and intimate songs. Most of them in a somber mood and Ian Curtis sung his emotions in a way I've never heard before. Listening to this old fashioned music made me finish a perfect day and maybe it is a start into a new series.
This video made by Anton Corbijn, a Dutch photographer and music video director shows all what the band stand for: darkness, mystic, despair and hope. Really a song for eternity.