We’re due to film a few music videos for the Industry of Lives EP, in February.
But until then, this will have to do!
I’m working on a few ideas for different music videos but for now, here’s a little homemade job I knocked together for Elora.
It’s a track I wrote for her, called ‘My favourite summer’.
If you like it, you can grab it here – https://garethicke.bandcamp.com/album/industry-of-lives
My brand new EP is available now, at all the usual stockists. You can download the record from Bandcamp aswell (I get paid more reasonably by them!)
If you’re into Tees and Hoodies, I have knocked a couple of them up as well. Simply click on the thumbnail and it will take you to the product in my Rapanui store.
Ayup! My new record is available now. It’s on all the usual internet outlets.
To download the record click here.
My new EP will soon be available on iTunes, Amazon, Spotify etc. Y’know, all the usual suspects.
Until then, you can have a listen, and a wee download at my Bandcamp page.
I hope you enjoy. x
On September 22nd, me and my pal Steve, are running the Sheffield 10k. On a personal level, I simply want to complete the race, having only had groin surgery at the end of June. But more importantly, I want to raise money for a wonderful organisation called Media House.
My mother is law Amanda, has worked for most of her life helping children all across the special needs spectrum. I’ve been lucky enough to have spent a lot of time with some of these children as she also provides respite care, alongside her job at the Media House school.
Here is a bit about them…
“As well as all the usual facilities that you find in schools on the Island, Medina House has many specialist facilities, including a splash pool, sensory garden, outdoor classroom, speech and language therapy room, a room for medicals, spacious gym and separate dining hall, a white room and a dark room; specialist information technology equipment (ICT) , a hydrotherapy/swimming pool and a soft play room.We also have two mini-buses that are used throughout the school week to take children on a range of enrichment visits that support their learning”
Obviously all these facilities cost money, so any little pennies you may have, please pop them in the pot!
Thank you. x