April 2018: The month began with me visiting our house on the countryside for our annual easter celebration and when I got back home, I finally finished the vocal recordings for my cover of Coldplay's “O“. For the rest of my free time, I rewrote the script for the shooting of the music video for “California“ which, hopefully, will be finished by the end of next month. I also visited the locations a couple of times, just to be as prepared as I could be. And, of course I bought tickets for Rock im Park. I can't really afford it but it'll be worth it.

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March 2018: Stressful weeks, again, but also pretty satisfying. I bought a new electric guitar which I just love, I mean look at the color of this thing, it's marvelous. Also, after two months of making plans and juggling different ideas, I finally decided to film the video for my cover version of Coldplay's “O“ at my old school. It was a big challenge since it was the first time for me and two of my friends that we ever tried doing something like that. The video is finished now but I still have to record some fragments of the vocal parts so I'll upload it as soon as I'm finished with it, hopefully in April. All I can say now is: It's not perfect at all, but the imperfections make it kinda beautiful and also, it's so much better than I expected it to be, given the fact that we were all bloody amateurs haha.

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February 2018: Another busy month, accomplished a lot of stuff. I released two music videos, produced several songs (some of my own, but some cover versions too), and I started planning even more video shootings, so March is going to be just as busy, maybe even more. Aaand I also went to yet another concert by "Prinz Pi", which is pretty much just a tradition by now.

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January 2018: So I had quite a good start into the new year if you don't count the first two days where I was just lying in my bed. I wrote some new songs, made some old ones better, released an album after two years of work (yay!) and I started working on some plans and ideas for future video shootings, even wrote some scripts, it's gonna be good I guess. Oh and as usual I spent every fucking penny I had left on new music equipment. Now it's reached a point where I should consider getting help because it is very much bleeding me dry. It's fun though (working with new equipment, being broke not so much). I could write a lot more, but why should I when I can just write a quote by Alfred Lord Tennyson, which fits so much better anyway? Here it goes: “Hope smiles from the threshold of the new year, saying 'it will be happier'“. Man, that just says it all.

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