Here’s a video of me singing my latest song, “Lines Around The City.” It’s in black and white because colour sucks.
Hit me up on Vine, yo.
SO…I’ve just launched a page on Patreon, which is a crowdfunding site for ongoing works rather than single projects. I’m going to write, record and release a song about once a month, and patrons pay per song. You can pay tiny amounts, starting at $1. That’s 60p in British money. Cheaper than chips. Way cheaper, especially these days.
One Hour Stories is a podcast featuring writers Paddy Johnston, Rob Gordon and Rob Sherman. Each episode we choose a theme and have one hour to write a short story around that theme, which we then read out. The theme for this episode was “The Fourth Man.”
Source: SoundCloud / onehourstories
As they’re quite easy to put together, I’ve decided I’m going to do more YouTube covers, inspire partly by my musical partner-in-crime Rob Gordon, who is doing one every couple of weeks at the moment and recently nailed Lana Del Rey’s “Born to Die” with a wonderful falsetto. The first of these is a cover of one of my favourite Billy Bragg songs.
This year I’m taking on the challenge of Hourly Comic Day for the first time. I’ll be drawing a comic for every hour I’m awake, and I’ll add them to this story on Medium as they come.
In this week’s Best Intentions, we learn that Nate has a theory about superpowers. Is he on to something? Maybe.