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Published on Sep 16, 2014
“We’ll go down in history, remember me for centuries.”
Soooo. That was some LONG hiatus! I’m so very sorry about being basically zero active on YT this year. As an excuse I could say my uni year has not been the best (and now I am some exams behind with my schedule), plus I have a very sh*tty Internet line atm and so I can rarely come and watch videos if I don’t want to consume all of my Gbs in one go ^^ I really hope that I can change my Internet contract soon! Let’s also say that my inspiration has not been helpful, since I started about 1000 different projects through the months and every single time I couldn’t get past the first ten seconds…I’m sure every vidder has been familiar with this block at some point or another – just maybe not for eight months! In any case, sorry to everyone who didn’t get a reply from me, to subscriptions or comments – it was just me being busy/not being able to stay on YT long, not in the least because I don’t appreciate them, because I DO! You’re 1200+ now, and everytime I look at my subs counter I just can’t believe my eyes!
So, while having to wait to catch up with some recent tv series I am very intrigued about (namely Outlander and Penny Dreadful) because of the same lame Internet line, I am stuck with my good old favourites; and then I heard this fabulous new song (I just adore FOB!) and the refrain made me think of historical people, so here you have it, paired with my favourite historical trio of dysfunctional brothers. I know basically no one vids TWQ anymore (which sucks), but who caaaaares – these three were sheer brilliance and I love them so much, both the show version and the historical characters. Plus this summer I went to England again and visited some places from the Wars of the Roses (including Bosworth Field where they reenacted the battle in which Richard died ;_;), and I saw David Oakes in his “Shakespeare in Love” London stage production – so the York brothers are still very much on my mind :3 The video particularly focuses on the brothers' more ambitious/dangerous side.
UMG (on behalf of Island Records); ARESA, Warner Chappell, ASCAP, Sony ATV Publishing, LatinAutor - Warner Chappell, Abramus Digital, LatinAutor - SonyATV, CMRRA, SOLAR Music Rights Management, LatinAutor - PeerMusic, LatinAutor, UBEM, BMG Rights Management, Pulse Recording (music publishing), PEDL, and 21 Music Rights Societies
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