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Long drive
From : Dina
This is not a memory from live show, but I still wanted to share 😊 I live in Estonia, one of the countries where winters are awfully long, dark and just generally miserable. Since November to end of March sun is a very rare thing, days go usually from pitch black, dark grey, slightly less dark grey to pitch black again around 3.00 PM. Yesterday morning I had to drive to another city, which is about two hours drive. It was pitch black as usually when I started and by that time I think I haven’t seen sun for more than a month (at least for longer than some minutes a day at the time). I put on Black Gold acoustic part CD and listened to this during whole couple of hours drive. I know you often say that your music is miserable, but somehow combined with miserable weather I think it has the opposite effect. I think it was truly wonderful acoustic set. It’s really hard to pick a favourite, but Blood was probably the one that got stuck the most in my head. Anyway, listening to all these songs for two hours was the best therapy for me. Listening to just your music with no one around and just darkness surrounding feels like a warm hug! Somehow it makes everything better, takes away all the stress and just feels me with happiness. I love your music no matter what mood I am in currently, but whenever I am having hard days somehow your music always makes it better. I know it’s strange, as it is not the most optimistic one, but it works 😊 So when I arrived to next city I was driving to, instead of being tired I felt full on energy and stress free. And as a bonus, for the first time in a month a saw the sun! 😊 It just came up when I arrived and was shining for at least couple of hours! 😊 So just wanted to say really thank you for the music you make!
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