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favorite songs about friendship by Johnny ? xo
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There really aren’t any that focus primarily on friendship. When it is mentioned, it’s often bittersweet and/or nostalgic. Or even dark. But I like these:

Tunnels: A new pair of boots and a chisel in your name/ Says we could be in the same hole attracting the same blame/ If I knew the way to the ornamental tree/ I would tell you, we’d be jailbirds, I’d be winking twice for freedom
( that song is kind of about the camaraderie between people who share the same burdens. A good contrast to that is Barnacled Warship, which is more about isolation in hardship)

Oh To Eat An Apple: I hate the feelings of guilt that I get/ When I’m alone or in crowds/ Then I’m with friends and it’s fine once again/ And it’s not such a sin to be proud
(He doesn’t feel like he can be himself in crowds, but he doesn’t want to be alone…you know, those complicated introvert feelings)

Alice’s Song: if you’re walking/ You can walk with me/ And our feet can tap an extra beat/ But that’s not your way/ No you’re too free/ But your breeze can bother all my leaves
(It’s kind of complicated being your friend but it’s worth it to me to try)

the-sussex-wit:

Johnny Flynn Alphabet

T Twelfth Night.

Twelfth Night especially had a big impact on me. There’s such an ambiguity to it, and it’s very poetic. It’s more about learning to say what isn’t there, and how what’s not said is more important than what is. It’s a good lesson in pre-emptive storytelling. Good poetry doesn’t have to say much.’ — Johnny Flynn (x)

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Misfits star Antonia Thomas cast in Channel 4’s new comedy Scrotal Recall 
Antonia Thomas, best known for playing Alisha Daniels in E4 comedy-drama Misfits, is to star in new comedy Scrotal Recall, RadioTimes.com can exclusively reveal. 
The six-part series from Channel 4 follows hapless Dylan Witter who must find every girl he’s ever slept with to tell them he’s contracted Chlamydia. Played by actor and singer-songwriter Johnny Flynn, Dylan is aided by best friends Evie (Thomas) and Luke (Peep Show actor Daniel Ings). 
Each 30-minute episode will see him tracking down a different girl from his sexual past, forcing him to recall romantic encounters he’d much rather forget. Evie and Luke decide to help Dylan out with his “labour of love” by offering dodgy relationship advice as he uses his quest to make sense of all his past romantic car-crashes. 
Channel 4 comedy’s acting deputy head Fiona McDermott said, “Scrotal Recall is a brilliantly written, modern comedy, a skilful mix of compelling love story, instantly original characters and erm….. STDs. We’re totally thrilled that we’ve got such a talented and exciting cast to ring it all to life.”
“This is a unique comedy with a fantastic cast, brimming with humour, heart and mild genital discomfort,” added Murray Ferguson, chief executive for Clerkenwell Films.
Misfits star Antonia Thomas cast in Channel 4’s new comedy Scrotal Recall

Antonia Thomas, best known for playing Alisha Daniels in E4 comedy-drama Misfits, is to star in new comedy Scrotal Recall, RadioTimes.com can exclusively reveal.

The six-part series from Channel 4 follows hapless Dylan Witter who must find every girl he’s ever slept with to tell them he’s contracted Chlamydia. Played by actor and singer-songwriter Johnny Flynn, Dylan is aided by best friends Evie (Thomas) and Luke (Peep Show actor Daniel Ings).

Each 30-minute episode will see him tracking down a different girl from his sexual past, forcing him to recall romantic encounters he’d much rather forget. Evie and Luke decide to help Dylan out with his “labour of love” by offering dodgy relationship advice as he uses his quest to make sense of all his past romantic car-crashes.

Channel 4 comedy’s acting deputy head Fiona McDermott said, “Scrotal Recall is a brilliantly written, modern comedy, a skilful mix of compelling love story, instantly original characters and erm….. STDs. We’re totally thrilled that we’ve got such a talented and exciting cast to ring it all to life.” “This is a unique comedy with a fantastic cast, brimming with humour, heart and mild genital discomfort,” added Murray Ferguson, chief executive for Clerkenwell Films.