Back in Cornwall and a new album

Hello friends. Well its been a while. Life seemed to grab me by hair and hurl me through a number of ordeals in the last few years. Music has always been my solace and I hung in there by turning to music and writing to keep me anchored but when things are that hard, it’s next to impossible to put yourself or your music out into the world. You just need to hide till the storm passes. Luckily I’m still here in one piece, perhaps with a few more scars and stories to tell but always turning to music to share my stories. Most importantly I am back in my spiritual home in Cornwall where I truly belong and can breathe again. It’s strange what happens to us creatures when we are taken out of our natural habitat. We barely survive. So with the sea wafting in across the bluebell woods I am now relishing my little corner of the world and ready to share. My album got put on hold during this tough time so it’s a joy to finally release it. This little snippet features an amazing musician I met in the metropolis where kindred spirits were few and far between. Hi name is James Seaton and he pops up on a few of my songs. Mainly playing electric guitar but he is singing on this one too – its our little ode to French Psych implanted into a song about trying to survive in a big city. Anyway its good to be back. I really appreciate your listening to my words and songs and all your support.