It snowed today. Well…slushed is more like. Like, it started out as snow, then it rained, then it froze. So, when I went to shovel my driveway, it was incredibly hard, heavy, and awful. I could’ve thrown my shovel down and had a meltdown (which was very likely to happen…I hate the cold and the snow…I really need to move to a warmer climate), instead I turned up “New Bohemia” by Transviolet and moved that snow around.
I discovered “New Bohemia” rather by accident. I downloaded this free game on my phone which was great except it forces you to watch three commercials (always the same three) every time you start a new game (I know, annoying). I usually would ignore the commercials, but there was one that played this song and I really liked the fifteen seconds I heard. You would not believe how hard it was to figure out what the song was, but after extensive research (more than I am actually proud to admit), I figured out it was “New Bohemia” by Transviolet. Instantly I bought the song from iTunes.
“New Bohemia” is incredibly catchy, and I love the youthful, care-free nature of it. You could literally put it on repeat and get lost in it for hours and it would never get old. I’m such an old fart that I usually don’t dance when I hear electronic dance music, but this song really gets me moving (in fact, I’m dancing in my seat as I write this…it’s also good when biking/exercising). My point is that if you’re looking for new music that will aid you in your snow shoveling or just to freshen up your playlists, check out Transviolet.