After a pretty epic weekend - my show sold out Sunday too and went well! - hubby and I took the day off and meandered up to London for a well-timed Noah Gundersen gig at Union Chapel. What a venue! Can't believe it's taken me this long to go and enjoy it. Stained glass, hot chocolate in mugs, wooden pews and fantastic sound and lighting (they can really make or break an event, in awe of their skill!). And although I may have been pretty tired and lightly dozing through the gorgeous voice of John Moreland, the support act, I was wide awake for Noah (and sister Abby). His music has been a bit of a soundtrack to our life over last few years, I'd never really thought about his songs as sad until he said it last night. I suppose they are, but then there has been a lot of sadness in the last few years, and doubts and questions. And I guess his music and lyrics embrace that, with enough beauty to explode your soul. This is the first time we've seen him live so it was extra special.
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