hello passengers , how are you all ??
i just wanted to share this with you . its the final video of the year and i hope quite a special one to end with !!
jarrad seng photography shot it over the last few weeks as we traveled around australia and new zealand . i was lucky enough to be opening up for ed sheeran as well as busking in each city as we went .
it was such an incredible feeling to be able to play to thousands of people in a stadium one night and then strip it back to busking the next .
it was also pretty surreal as a few of the spots were exactly the same ones that i used to busk in years ago , before any of the madness had happened …..
i used to busk for hours everyday in these places , often to just a handful of listeners , so to come back a few years on and play to an audience of hundreds or even thousands of people was something that i can’t really put in to words .
i hope the video shows how magical these moments were ….
there is a beautiful simplicity to busking that i have loved since i started and that i’ve missed since i’ve been doing it less . i hope that i can do a lot more of it next year and get to as many of you as possible in this way :-)
the song is called “everything” and its one of my favourites of the new batch .
i chose it specifically for this video because it touches on exactly the thing i’ve been talking about . the process of going from one thing to another and then how we adapt and evolve as a result .
it constantly uses the words “nothing , something , anything and everything” and i guess tries to challenge our interpretation of what these words mean .
i really hope you enjoy the song and video and if you do then please feel free to like , comment and share it around .
lots of love to @foy vance , @rudimental and of course ed for being such great tour buddies .
i hope you all have an amazing christmas and new year whereever you are .
all my love .
ps germany we will post another version in a couple of days for you guys :-)
Produced by Jarrad Seng (www.jarradseng.com)
Aerial footage thanks to Birds Eye Media.