I met up with an old friend this month. She's been traveling abroad for a while and it was so nice to talk in person and take a long walk in the park.
We applied to a band support program and ended up getting rejected. But we got a nice trip and some great pictures out of it, so it's okay.
We took a short trip to Norway at the end of the month for a family celebration and stayed at the cabin for a week. As always, it was avery inspiring and much needed break from the city.
April was one of the most intense months I've had in a while. I was planning my first showcase concert at ACUD and was very stressed out about getting people to come and planning the show. I had no idea how the audience would react to the album and all over sound.
Easter weekend was the calm before the storm and I felt a lot better after spending some time outside of the city. Since I've had a panic disorder in the past I know how important it is to prioritise your mental health and this break was much needed.
The night of the concert couldn't have gone better. We sold out, Poppy did a beautiful support, our show went as planned and I've never had more fun during a concert. Everyone who came was so nice and I was beyond grateful for the love and time they gave us.
This will be a place for me to share new demos, live dates and pictures with you. I also want you to be able to give me feedback or maybe even contribute to projects.
This months demo is a different kind of song for me, because it started out as an instrumental song that I added lyrics to later. It has been really comforting to me and feels like the beginning of something new. Hope you like it :)
Right now I'm working on making music for two movies, which is quite daunting but also very exciting, 'cause it's something I see myself doing more of in the future. The album is currently being mixed and there might be some rough mixes coming your way next month! I also was on a short trip to Prague this week (not music related) and that was quite the adventure filled with overpriced food, beautiful architecture and weirdly rude people ;)