London has to be one of, if not the, greatest capital cities in the world. I wanted to see Les Miserables (again) and have dinner in China Town (again). Nothing wrong with agains. If things are good then life can be a long series of agains. Why not? Anyway, I’ve photographed London before. Many times. More agains. In fact a previous photo ended up as the cover of the Eleventh Hour Initiative’s debut album. It’s always nice to try and see the city with fresh eyes. However, with such iconic buildings in every direction it’s difficult to get past the likes of Big Ben and Westminster Bridge. So I didn’t. Here’s London.
So… it’s been a while since I last wrote anything of any worth. What have I been doing I hear you ask? I have been completing the latest Eleventh Hour song. You may recall that I have written a few times of wanting to produce an epic work of art. A long song that showcases more than you can usually manage in a typical three and a half minute pop song. Well… I believe I’ve done it. I started working on a song which I had provisionally titled “Epicness”. I gave it a theme and a structure. Bill then grafted hard to come up with lyrics for a song which weighs in at seven and a half minutes. Lyrics on that scale are some achievement and a cause for celebration. The words are great, but I had never doubted it for a second. The song is called THE CALM AND THE STORM. Fasten your seatbelts and press play!