This is a very old recording and unfinished, but I thought I’d post it anyway. Hope you like it!
It’s been a heavy day
There’s something on my mind
You can’t just blame me for
The feelings you can’t find
The past is the past
Let’s keep it that way
My life’s getting better and I’ve got to say
I don’t miss you – we’re both better off this way.
It’s not that I dislike you I think you’re just fine
I wish you could be happier more of the time
Life isn’t perfect and life isn’t fair
You play your cards however you dare…
Drawing animals doing ridiculous things keeps me amused, so here’s a flamingo doing the splits.
Available on all sorts of products at the Sterry Cartoons Shop.
I like to decorate my TV as a monster.
It makes the news less scary!
It’s Valentine’s Day soon and you can’t expect me to miss an excuse for a pun.
There are cards, mugs and all sorts of gifts in the shop.
Accidental Love by Sterry Cartoons
Valentines day is not my favourite day of the year, but it is a nice marker on the way to pancake day and Easter (cue unexplained tonnes of chocolate).
Available on Cards and all sorts of things here.
I’ve not been on here for a while, but while I’ve been away, some of my favourite bands have been very busy! I’ll be telling you about a few of these bands over the next few weeks, but the first band I’d like to give a big shoutout to is Dubclass!
WHY I LOVE DUBCLASS
Dubclass are an energetic Space Reggae band from the deep dark South West!
Transporting you to a world of relaxed sci-fi reggae madness, the band were united by their mutual love of Dub and have a stomping 6-piece line up that includes guitars, flutes, keys, drums, bass, and vocals.
I’ve seen them at festivals, parties and local pub gigs an each time the Dubclass have created an amazing, immersive atmosphere that’s just as suitable for wild dancing as it is for chilling with friends in a field on a beautiful sunny day.
NEXT GIG: FREEDOM FIELDS FESTIVAL, PLYMOUTH
Dubclass will be headlining Freedom Fields Festival, Plymouth on Sunday 29th May.
The festival is FREE, so I highly recommend you get down there and get a taste of one of the hottest bands in Plymouth!
For a full list of gigs go to http://www.dubclass.co.uk/
WHERE CAN I GET THEIR ALBUM?
Reap What You Sow is available for download on Amazon and iTunes.
CDs are available at their gigs and (I believe) at The Nowhere Inn, Plymouth.