Loving my full body wetsuit whilst bathing in the English channel. Its spring time but the water is still only 10 degrees..
Get the kettle on to warm up & then get stuck into some van recording..
Like The Artist formerly known as Prince said ‘Sometimes it Snows in April’. Indeed it does! This was filmed on Brighton sea front only days after his passing..
Have a great day!
New dimensions for the new record arrive with Abel Cross’s double bass parts recorded at Free Energy Studios in Sydney. Many thanks to Richie B!
Also! Please join me for an intimate gig supporting the wonderful King Curly at The Gasoline Pony in Marrickville 20th Feb on stage 7pm.
Thanks for visiting! Cheers
Gig snaps at The White Hart Swansey courtesy of Candi Fridge Farquhar (music connoisseur & overall Bruce)
December found me in The Mumbles, Swansea cutting a new record! I had a wonderful time there with the masterful Joe Gibb, who in the past has recorded albums for Catatonia (International Velvet) & Leftfield (Leftism). Recording was punctuated with blustery coastal walks, soothing yoga & a cullinary cacophony including lava bread, cockles & a conga eel!
AND! Check this out..
I arrived in Sydney New Year’s Day & soaking up some family times here. More adventures to follow..
I sit & try to figure out my new digital camera app whilst doing washing a friends house..
Here is my little friend Eli telling me about his new favourite cocktail.. Bugs! He turns four this week so I’ve bought him an adventure book about an Emu.
It’s getting chilly these last few days. I’m stocking up on firewood & fixing my chimney before the rain comes. I have plenty of sea coal under my sofa which burns beautifully along with the wood. Apparently you can only find sea coal in the south of England. It washes down from the Forth & Firth Rivers in Scotland which have seams of coal in the river bed.
I often run through these woods breathing in the fresh air, enjoying the change of seasons and deciduous autumn colors! Image taken by Gavin Waters many thanks to Stanmer Community.
This year some friends and I attended Apple Day in Brighton. We sampled the honey & the home made pickles. We watched the morris dancing & listened to celtic folk music & then rolled back home with a belly full of sunshine and cider :p
There’s nothing worse than a leaky skylight! It seems a womans work is never done..