So March is at an end, and the year is flying by, but with it have come some great releases in the world of music. Countless albums have been announced for the coming months and some of my favourite artists have resurfaced, paving the way for a great Summer full of great tunes. I'm going … Continue reading What I’m Listening To- March 2017
A recent tweet from Gabrielle Aplin got me thinking about where the future of support bands lies. In said tweet, she mentioned that it was increasingly hard to book bands to open for her on tour, without giving reason, but it's perhaps pretty obvious. With the internet at our fingertips new music has never been … Continue reading Do Support Bands Have A Future?
A little while ago, in one of the finer anonymous towns of South Western England, I visited a sculpture 'garden'. I put quotation marks around the word garden because it was far more than that. It was an entire forest filled with over 200 sculptures, and whilst some of them were proudly on display, some … Continue reading Sculptures In The Forest
156,000 soldiers heroically stormed the beach at Normandy, facing death head on. And 536 brave astronauts have taken the journey into outer space, unsure if they'll ever make it home. 30 Greek warriors hid in the Trojan Horse, with no knowledge of what they would face in the city of Troy. Yet here I am, … Continue reading Flash Fiction..
I opened my curtains this morning (just like everyday) and to my surprise the sun shone down on me! Sunny days have been few and far between recently in the Netherlands, so today was a real treat. To make the most of it we decided, spontaneously, to head to a different Dutch city to explore … Continue reading Doughnuts in Den Bosch!
Rome is incredible. I've never been to a city where every turn of a corner leads to another treasure, to the extent where a fountain or church that would be centre of attraction elsewhere just simply exists. There is just so much to see, it's astounding. I arrived at Ciampino airport which was a bus … Continue reading A Week In Rome
A good few years ago I bought a denim jacket (jean jacket for any Americans reading) and I thought it was perfect. It was cheap- maybe £30 from TK Maxx- with a really slight acid wash on the back and a great slim fit. But I'm now 21 and I've grown, and what was once … Continue reading The Quest For The Perfect Denim Jacket!
Now, I know I only live in The Netherlands and not somewhere super foreign and exotic but believe me, there are some differences which really stop the place from feeling like England. So I thought I'd list a few things I miss from home, and if you're reading this from a similar perspective let me … Continue reading 5 Things I Miss Whilst Living Abroad