Got loads of stuff to talk about this week, tonnes of exciting stuff happening! The last few weeks I’ve been diving back into the history of Lost Like Alice, apart from last week where I gave more insight into everything that’s going on now. The back story to everything is a really important topic, because it’s how I started. The only thing is, there’s so much going on at the minute that I want to go more in depth with that, and keep you updated. Starting off, probably good to tell you about this weekends gig!
On Saturday I had what was probably my favourite gig this summer. I played Gruffydd Wyn’s big thank you concert in Amlwch Port, and was blown away by the sense of community down there. Thousands came down to support him, and was so happy to be able to be a part of it. Playing a local gig, with such a brilliant reception is hard to beat. I had the best time! Got to play some new songs, really work on my set, and got out on stage feeling really fresh ready for the gig! It’s a gig I’ll remember for a long time, and am still buzzing about it! Since I do a lot of gigs, it’s always refreshing turning up with a brand new set, and helps to keep me on my toes. I’m so pleased with how it all went, the audience interraction was incredible! Thanks to everyone who listened, and got involved!
It’s getting very close to the end of festival season, which is always sad, but I still have some brilliant events coming up! My next show will be at Beaumaris Food Festival, a great day out for everyone, and I cannot wait to see some new faces! I’m also returning to Manchester Food & Drink Festival this year, playing two sets on September 29th! Food festivals are always brilliant fun, great food, great drinks, and hopefully great music! I’ve been out gigging solidly all summer, whilst quietly working on a new project which is nearing completion. I can’t wait to get some new material out to you, and start planning for next year! There’s some big projects coming from me very soon, and am over the moon with how it’s all turning out! Keep an eye out!