Tuscany: Home of the “Vino Nobile”

Tuscany: Home of the “Vino Nobile”

Tuscany seemed like a great way to escape the Amalfi tourists, see a new landscape, and of course continue our wine and pasta tour. G spent time in Tuscany while studying abroad in Siena, so he reluctantly agreed to play tour guide yet again. We decided on Montepulciano, a medieval hillside town at with its own “Vino Nobile” region within Tuscany (more on that later).

New Song: “Sweden”

New Song: “Sweden”

The much anticipated release of my Sweden track is finally here. This song takes inspiration from the land of pop music and the celebrations of the Swedish Midsummer, a holiday we arrived just in time for. The song begins with a toast recorded during a Midsummer lunch with new friends, and continues on with an uplifting [...]

Postcard-perfect Prague

Postcard-perfect Prague

It’s called the city of five hundred spires, and it had been on my destination list for a decade. When I lived in France in college, Prague had somehow eluded me despite being a cheap flight away. So, when planning our route from Norway to Italy, I convinced G to let us spend 5 days in Prague. With plenty of recommendations in hand, we set out to make our way through this beautiful – though somewhat gritty – city. We were not disappointed.

New song: “Iceland”

New song: “Iceland”

Here's a track inspired by our most recent adventure. Our journey through Iceland was eye opening in many ways, but one of the highlights was visiting the Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon - situated at the head of the rapidly melting Breiðamerkurjökull glacier - and experiencing the icebergs breaking off into the ocean. For this song, I sampled the crashing sound created by a glacier/iceberg melting, along with an iconic Icelandic vocalist as an ode to a rapidly dwindling glacier, climate change, and the rugged beauty of Iceland.