Hey folks,

So, it’s been a weird one. Like, real weird.

The kind of weird where I feel like we’ll be talking about 2020 long after the calendars pile up in landfills.

I wish I knew what to say. I’ve always felt like I have a way of putting things into words, but I’d be amiss if I didn’t recommend visiting the CDC website or turning to your provincial/federal health organization for any/all information.

The amounts and sheer nature of some misinformation I’ve seen shared is just bonkers.

Friends, I can’t stress the importance of checking your sources now more than ever.

I’ll likely do a podcast on this, but I’ll say this for now: stay home.

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Originally, I’d intended to write a recap of the last episode so I guess I’ll jump into that because I’d rather rehash that fun episode than try to formulate my thoughts on all of this right now. That ramble calls for a microphone and two fingers of very strong, very rationed swill.

Getting to dig back deep into my musical past with Jordan was a goddamn blast. It really gave me some cool perspective on the idea of a band scene being in a constant scene of evolution, the finite generations of bands/attendees, and the future of our own individual artistic growth.

It gave me a lot to think about when I think about playing show or live again. It made me want to perform and write and let myself let loose with an instrument (something I’ve long since out behind me; not as a point of pain, but rather as something I just lost interest in).

I guess we now have a lot more time indoors to consider all of our purposes. All of the things we are capable of doing and hammering down what it is that we will do.

I’m here if any of you need to talk.

Message me on Instagram and let’s figure out a next step.

Cheers,

Brad