I have been spending today beside the stove, cup of tea in hand, going through old messages and emails that I hadn’t yet answered. It’s amazing how quickly they pile up when you are focussing on other things like travelling, packing, unpacking, repacking, practising, etc. Anyway, I came across this photo taken by Svein Holthe at one of the first gigs of the Norwegian part of our Widdershins album launch tour at one of our favourite ever venues: Galleri Fenka in Levanger.
Galleri Fenka is not only run by extremely kind, warm, helpful, generous, creative people, but it also houses amazing, inspiring art. To play in such a space is really special. On this occasion, we got to play in front of a Pushwagner painting no less! Apologies to the audience for blocking their view of it!
A huge thank you to FolkJazzScena and to Ingrid Hojem in particular for having us and for looking after us so well.
I can’t help but notice that we are both looking very tanned (yes, yes, it’s all relative, you know!) in this photo. I can quite safely say that the tan has disappeared and I am now back to looking almost as white as the snow on the ground outside!
If you’re not already familiar with Pushwagner, click here and prepare to be dazzled by detail and colour! I’m a massive fan!
Hope you have a good day.