Anyone else tired today? I am, and that makes me wonder if historically, humankind has over exerted themselves in the beginning of the week, and that's why we have the hump day. What was life like before the invention of weekdays? Was it like, "Hey Maximillian, I'll catch you at he aqueduct in three moons time"? How could anyone base their lethargy off of such loose calendrical structures? (NB: I legit thought I made the word 'calendrical' up, but it exists)
Some people who almost certainly aren't concerned with the above questions are: a) Most of you reading this, b) Balthazar, c) Deceased relatives. In light of that, I will propose some topics that those groups might want to hear about: a) Balthazar, b) Their fans opinions of their music, c) how soon their bones will turn into dirt.
To answer only group 'a', Balthazar are a Belgian five-piece, spearheaded by J.Bernhardt. I had the privilege of watching Bernhardt perform live in Berlin once. I had fallen in love with the band's 2015 album, Thin Walls, and didn't realize until afterwards that J.Bernhardt was their lead singer.
I'm hoping that their recent single "Losers" is a sign of another album on its way.
EDIT: I've just found out from my friend, the Internet, that Balthazar's next album will be called Sand, and it's a real thing that will be released on a real date: January 29th, 2021.