As suggested by the title, Tyler, The Creator’s 4th studio album, Scum Fuck Flower Boy, juxtaposes hard hitting, honest verses with sweet melodies, gorgeous synths and mesmerising vocal performances.
This is definitely an album for the summertime, so we thought it would be most apt to create a list of the top 5 National Trust properties to visit whilst listening to it. Perturbed senior citizens aside, the ambiance of the following places gave us a new perspective on Tyler’s music. Please join us as we relive the memories and recommend which songs in particular you should listen to at each location.
1. Killerton, Devon
Woah! Nice plants scaling the wall. Nature is mad. That peach paint on the exterior is subtle and the gravel path allows for plenty of room for sauntering. You should listen to Where This Flower Blooms here.
2. Fyne Court, Somerset
In the same way that there’s fat and phat, there’s fine and then there’s fyne. This place is the truth. You should sit in the bell tower and listen to Garden Shed here.
3. Brenthall Hall, Shropshire
It’s as though Thomas Hardy vomited in a bush and the microbes evolved into this place, which is a compliment. Can you hear that kestrel over there? It knows your name. Walk between the bushes and listen to November here.
4. Wimpole Hall, Cambridgeshire
Well, she’s definitely big, but she’s empty on the inside. Grandeur is one thing, but substance is another. You should listen to 911 / Mr. Lonely here.
5. Wightwick Manor, West Midlands
Look at it. At least five people have died inside. Listen to Who Dat Boy here.
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