Whose signatures are on the page, you might ask? Guster's, of course. We had them sign our yearbooks when we went as a club to their summer concert, and then the band wrote a nice ditty about us on their website:
Once again, Utah's crowd blew us away with their energy. How is that this happens every tour? Mormons in the audience, Jews on stage, etc... I don't get it. It might have something to do with Andrew Vernon, who had us sign his yearbook after the show -- right next to the "Guster and Me" club he started at his high school in Salt Lake City.
I'd mostly forgotten about Guster simply because their 4th and 5th albums didn't strike me as much as the first three had. But then I saw this music video from my brother-in-law's website Film Post Collective.
Anyway, the video just sparked a bit of nostalgia.
Speaking of nostalgia, here's another clip I found on Film Post Collective. This is the trailer for Back to the Future, a movie that taught me several swear words, two of which I started saying regularly around friends until one of my friend's older brothers informed that I was swearing, at which point I ran home and started bawling on the stairs because I felt so guilty.
Check out Film Post Collective for more clips, plus commentary on recent films.