How are you all doing? Did you have a great weekend? I hope you did. I, for my part, had one of the best weekends ever, as I got to spend it with Ed. Admiring him. Singing to him. Smiling at him. And yes, it was just as lovely as it sounds.
But I actually don’t want to get into much detail, as I’ve got a big post planned for Friday, in which I want to tell you everything and anything about the two concerts. How my friend and I managed to get right to the front by waiting for about nine hours in the glaring sun and nearly being burned alive. How I starred at Ed for about half an hour, in complete disbelief that he was really that close to me. And how we actually sneaked in on the second night. In short, there are some crazy stories coming up.
But for now, I just wanted to quickly share something utterly beautiful with you. This video right here. It’s a clip of Ty singing and also reimagining a few songs, which might sound plain at first, but trust me, it’s anything but. Basically, it’s a 27 minutes and 38 seconds long trip to heaven. Music heaven. And it’s another testimony of how incredibly talented he truly is. I mean, it can’t get any more genius than that. The way he lets himself fall while playing his own songs and the way he still manages to create something new by working with something old is absolutely mind-blowing. Again, for me, watching him work like this gives me another reason to love and admire this talented man to pieces. And I can just repeat myself over and over again – right now, Tyler is, without a single doubt, the most creative and genius musician I know and listen to. He and Josh continue to blow my mind with their talent every single day and I’m honestly so damn proud to be part of their fandom, their clique. What a band.
Of course, I’m now going to urge you to watch and listen to this video, preferably with headphones on and in a nice setting. Or any setting, Tyler will turn it into a nice one anyway. And afterwards, please don’t forget to give the boys another listen and then to tell me your thoughts and opinions. And until then, I wish you all a great week and, as always, thanks for reading. x
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