Video Interview: Jamie Lawson

We caught up with Jamie for the third time and it was fabulous.

Cover The HITS

Our latest video series - covers performed by our favourite acts, exclusively for us.

Gig Photos: Angus and Julia Stone

You know it's a great gig, when the photographer starts dancing in the photo pit.

Access All Areas: Lewis Watson

Hang out with Lewis backstage and find out what that's like!

Gig Photos: Madeline Juno

We got to watch the talented Madeline interact with her wonderful fans in Stuttgart.

Behind The Song: "Dreams" (cover) by Reigen

Hey guys!

This post was meant to go online two days ago.
Before I was getting ready to publish and share it, I heard the news of Dolores O'Riordan's passing.

Team HITS wants to send our sincere condolences to the family, friends and fans of Dolores.

Losing someone is probably the worst feeling to experience and we hope that everyone in pain can hold onto the beautiful and expressive art that this talented woman has left behind.

Last week we found an email in our inbox that shared a stunning cover of The Cranberries' "Dreams" and we knew we wanted to feature it.

It is so sad that we now have to share it under such devastating circumstances,
but we hope that Reigen's cover will help you remember the fantastic music.

- Behind The Song -
"Dreams" by Reigen (The Cranberries cover)

Reigen is a singer/songwriter from Bushwick, Brooklyn (New York, US).
His sound combines Pop and Electronic in the most graceful way.

We are thrilled to feature Reigen because we quickly became huge fans of his unique and mesmerizing sound.

Today we get to learn more about the process of his The Cranberries cover and we hope that you enjoy it as much as we did.

Check out what Reigen told us about his video shoot and the way he arranged the cover:

"The most shocking moment in this project was when I CAUGHT A BURGLAR while shooting the music video on my building's roof at 2am. My fam has had this footage on repeat and I've just uploaded it on Youtube so you can all enjoy my reaction.

My good friends Thommy and Cedric asked me to cover The Cranberries' "Dreams" for the first dance of their wedding. It was a side project I didn't plan to share more widely, but they were so sweet about it and people who heard the song kept asking me for it, so here we are.

The original is epic with iconic vocals so I wanted to approach it in a different way and highlight the heartfelt lyrics.

I restructured the piece to give it a new chorus using "you're a dream to me" in repetition along with the final vocal riff to luxuriate in that sweeping feeling. I added a dissonant bass to give it some angst and a section with lyrics about how my friends met.
"Three am wishing on full moons, city of millions but there's one you, I keep checking my phone, my heart could explode, I never knew moments so true..."

This song is about when that wish comes true.

I produced it on Logic X in my apartment in Bushwick, Brooklyn. I vibe in a small room next to a window where I people watch and hear the train going by. I recorded my vocals on a Vintage Neumann U67 at Ground Control Studio in nearby Williamsburg, Brooklyn and had the song mixed and mastered by Matty Harris (Kelly Clarkson, A$AP Rocky) with background singing by Argentinian singer Candela Cibrian aka Della.

For the video concept, I wanted to give the feeling that love stories are happening all around us - because they are. :)
I shot the video all over my neighborhood and the Ireland-esque grassy shots in upstate NY with awesome drone work by Controverse.

I hope you will enjoy this piece.
And also check out my original song "Rollin" - the vid was released the same week as "Dreams". :)"

Watch the video for "Dreams" (The Cranberries cover) here:

- stream "Dreams" here -

Reigen online: Website | Twitter | Facebook | Soundcloud | YouTube | Instagram

Thank you for your visit! 

Credits // Words (Intro & Outro): Vanessa Jertschewske | Image & Words (About Song): Reigen

EP Review: "Love & Other Things" by Alan Tukmatsev ft. John Thacker

Hey guys!

I remember when I first started out pursueing a job that mainly revolves around creativity,
I did a lot of research.
When you are meant to be creative every single day of the week, there come times when it gets harder.

To prevent those dry spells, a lot of internet gurus tell you to collaborate.

And it works, it really does.
Working together with people helps you expand your knowledge, skill set and creativity.

And in the best case, those collaborations have an end result which not only you get to call a success, but also the people you share it with will enjoy it.

Alan Tukmatsev and John Thacker teamed up and created a new EP, which we think is a total success.

Let's check it out!

Acts: Alan Tukmatsev ft. John Thacker
Title: Love & Other Things
Genre: Dance, Pop
Label: Independent
Release Date: 29th December 2017

1) Don't Need You
2) Boys Don't Cry
3) Throwback

Opener "Don't Need You" greets you with an ambient and slightly mysterious feeling.
The song quickly evolves into a danceable track, asking for your attention.
With a subtle but steady beat, the instrumentation can be described as simple but every elements has an effect.
John's vocals complete the song, guide you through the emotions and project them onto the track by varying between soft and raspy highlights.

"Throwback" gets a bit more experimental and gives us more to digest.
The melody is colourful, the beat is vibrant and active, the vocals mix in perfectly and create the addictive vibe the song has to offer.
It's the kind of song that will remind you of Summer, of carefree times and it most definitely is going to make you dance. Whether you're up for it or not.

To sum it up: This collaboration was much needed and we're glad we got to share it with you.
Alan's instrumentals already speak for themselves but they feel a lot more vibrant thanks to John's vocals. The storytelling on the EP is vivid and relatable, it hits you right in the gut.
Play this when you need motivation and you should be fine.

You should listen to these tracks: Don't Need You, Throwback

Check out the "Love & Other Things" EP here:

Alan Tukmatsev online: Twitter | Facebook | Soundcloud | YouTube | Instagram

John Thacker online: Twitter | Facebook | Soundcloud | YouTube | Instagram

Thank you for your visit!

Credits // Words: Vanessa Jertschewske | Image: Alan Tukmatsev

Video Interview: Adam Barnes

Hey guys!

Explaining what exactly a blogger does can be exhausting.
Sometimes people just don't undestand that you can work online.

But really, it's simple - we write about music we like, we take photos of shows and we ask artists questions.
(And a bunch of other admin things, but let's not get technical.)

One of my favourite parts of the job is definitely chatting to people about their music and everything else that's part of their job.

In November I had a relaxed chat with Adam Barnes and today you'll get to watch it.

Adam Barnes is a musician from Oxford, UK.
His sound classifies as Folk and soaks you in with the beauty of the honesty, which he expresses oh so gracefully.

Adam has been making music since 2010 and has released a great amount of music since.

Starting with his debut EP "Blisters" in 2012, followed by debut album "The Land, The See & Everything Lost Beneath" in 2014 and another EP, "One Day We'll Be Fine" in 2015.

All those stunning pieces of music have reached over 3 million streams on Spotify.

2017 has seen Adam's return with new music; first single "Bad Luck" blew us away.
The following singles from his upcoming album "Vacancy At NASA" are just as exciting and we truly can't wait for the record to be released on February 7th.

You can catch Adam live during his album release shows in London, Amsterdam & Berlin - click here for dates and tickets.

When we met at Café Galao in Stuttgart - which has by far the best backstage area one could ask for! - we had a lovely chat about the upcoming album and what the writing process looked like, how he manages his Instagram (yeah, shallow but interesting topic!) and a lot more.

Check it out!

Mega thanks to Adam for the lovely conversation!

Listen to Adam's latest track "Hopeful":

Adam Barnes online: Website | Twitter | Facebook | Soundcloud | YouTube | Instagram

Thank you for your visit!

Credits // Words, Image & Video: Vanessa Jertschewske

Behind The Song: "Wolf" by Boy Epic

Hey guys!

We have to be honest here,
we're still catching up on music from last year.

2017 was filled with great releases and has seen the light of some of our favourite records.
But we're not done yet discovering all the gems the year had in store.

But don't worry, we're still keeping an eye on everything that's happening this very moment.

But let's continue finding those tracks we probably should've been listening to for a while.

- Behind The Song -
"Wolf" by Boy Epic

Boy Epic is a musician from Dallas, Texas (US).
To describe his sound you would use the words "noir pop", but you'll definitely find elements of other genres here and there.

He centers his music around synesthesia, the state of consciousness where visuals fill the mind as a person listens to music.

Boy Epic finds inspiration in movies such as Fifty Shades Of Grey and Suicide Squad.
His song "Fifty Shades", which was inspired by Fifty Shades Of Grey, has reached over 12 million views on YouTube.

He is known for his expressive and cinematic music videos which are a huge part of his creative process, which is why you'll often find his name in the directing credits.

Signed to Hollywood Records, Boy Epic is currently writing and recording.

We're excited to have Boy Epic chat us through his latest single today.
In this post you'll find out what inspired the song, what the recording process was like and how you can compare the track to his previous releases.

Check out what Boy Epic has to say about "Wolf":

"I knew I wanted to write a song about ego, selfishness and insecurities.
Sometimes it's hard to write about our flaws as a society, but with this song I wanted to pull back the curtains and be real with my audience. "Wolf" as a deep dive into my subconscious and I am very proud.

Going into it, I knew I wanted to express the darkness, not only lyrically, but also digitally. I remember going to Cut Down Trees and saying, "Let's fuck up my voice for this one", and it led to us having a lot of fun in the studio.
As we started playing around with things, I immediately fell in love with the low undertone on my voice that we created on the chorus. It really just fit the mood I wanted to portray and is definitely a sound I plan on using a lot more in the future.

Looking back on "Wolf" in comparison to my earlier material, this song seemed to fit in perfectly. It was just as if it was just an idea I hadn't gotten to yet. Songs like "Wolf" make me excited for the future of my music. I am going to keep evolving and growing my sound, but at the same time keep my ideas intact and honest."

Watch the video for "Wolf" here:

- buy "Wolf" -

Boy Epic online: Website | Twitter | Facebook | Soundcloud | YouTube | Instagram

Thank you for your visit!

Credits // Words (Intro & Outro): Vanessa Jertschewske | Image & Words (about song): Boy Epic

Song Of The Day: "Voices" by Cecilia Ebba

Hey guys!

It's the second Monday of 2018.
A lot of us are probably caught somewhere between being extremely motivated to make this year better and still fighting with some of the struggles we had to face last year.

Because let's be honest - January 1st does not take away your problems.
You know, there are those dark times, that I'm sure we've all had before. And we carry them with us, subconsciously.
We don't always think about them, but they are there.

This intro is not meant to make you feel upset - hell no!
But it's meant to remind you that we all have things going on and have to face tough times.

And I'm not the only one aware of that.
That's why I'm excited to share today's post with you.

- Song Of The Day -
"Voices" by Cecilia Ebba

Cecilia Ebba is a singer/songwriter, orginally from Northern Sweden, but now based in London, UK.

Her sound mixes a lot of elements and has found her own Alternative Folk signature.
Cecilia started her solo project in her bedroom studio last year and released her debut single "Sweet Summer Wine" in June 2017, followed up by the stunning "Breathe Out, Breathe In". 

Today we're excited to put the spotlight on Cecilia's latest single, "Voices".

"Voices" is beautiful.
It's atmospheric, it's gentle and it allows you to lean back and take a few minutes to give yourself credits for relating to the theme of the song but still going on.

It's unexpectedly encouraging and comforting.
Cecilia's vocals are nothing but completely stunning and guide you through the song with such grace and empathy.
The soft finger picked e-guitar quickly becomes a familiar friend and you'll find yourself relaxing into the song.

We don't usually copy press releases, but we just love Cecilia's meaning behind the song, so we wanted to share it with you:
"'Voices' was born from a lonely place and was written midst a first re-encounter with some old familiar whispering demons, who for a brief moment stepped out from the shadows to show themselves in full light. It's about briefly allowing yourself to peek through an old door that you shut a long time ago, balancing on the edge, close enough to feel old emotions catching up with you while you're still at a safe enough distance to remain control and shut the door when needed."

Check out "Voices" here:

- buy or stream "Voices" -

Cecilia Ebba online: Website | Twitter | Facebook | Soundcloud | YouTube | Instagram

Thank you for your visit!

Credits // Words: Vanessa Jertschewske | Image: Cecilia Ebba

Album Review: "Eftychia" by Robin and the Modest

Hey guys!

We're already five days into 2018.
Time just does not slow down, bloody hell.

But it's cool, we won't slow down either.

Don't you love the challenges of a new year? I mean, yeah, it can be all in one's head, but if you're one of those people who take a new year (month, week, day?) as an excuse to make a positive change in your life - you go for it!

That said, I have a fair share of things I'd like to change or just do this year, one of them is challenging and broadening my musical horizon.
That means reviewing styles of music I haven't reviewed before and ladies and gents - I'm doing it!
Never before have I ever reviewed an instrumental album - but today I'm challenging myself.

So let's do this and dive into the first review of 2018!

Robin and the Modest
Title: Eftychia
Genre: Instrumental Rock
Label: recordJet
Release Date: 17th November 2017

So let's check out "Eftychia", shall we?


1) Run
2) Little Bird
3) The Mountain Is Calling
4) From Acapollo With Love
5) Winterlude
6) Eftychia
7) Koralle
8) Crop It Like It's Hot
9) Lücken

Opener "Run" doesn't give you much time to let your thoughts wander.
The strong and steady drum beat takes over your thought process and gently guides your attention towards the depths of the track.
Soft electric guitars support the rhythm section and let you enter the colourful world that "Eftychia" offers you.

"Little Bird" keeps the rather dark and mysterious atmosphere that "Run" already shared with us.
Slowly but surely the percussions and guitar notes let more light into the song and you can practically listen to the track unfolding its beauty. The string section clearly being the highlight, shining beautifully through the dark beats.

"Winterlude" is the little drop of colour you didn't know you needed until you hear it, allowing your ears to dive into yet another piece of Robin and the Modest's world.
It invites you to dream and helps you to forget the troubles of your day, proving that this album is the one companion we need to unwind, to dream and to just lose ourselves in the sounds.

To sum it up: My personal issue with most instrumental tracks is that I feel like something is missing, the vocals. Robin and the Modest somehow convinced me that a wordless record can still tell colourful and expressive stories and draw vivid pictures with clever arrangements.

You should listen to these tracks: Little Bird, Winterlude, Crop It Like It's Hot

Check out "Little Bird" here:

- buy "Eftychia" -
- stream "Eftychia" -

Robin and the Modest online: Website | Twitter | Facebook | Soundcloud | YouTube | Instagram

Thank you for your visit!

Credits // Words: Vanessa Jertschewske | Image: Robin and the Modest | **a physical copy has kindly been provided**

7 songs: Hannah Slavin

Hey guys!

Happy New Year!
It's our first post of the year and we are more than excited to kick it off with one of our favourite features - the 7 songs.

This year is going to be filled with new and exciting music and we can't wait to be your trusty source for discovering true gems and learning more about them.

house in the sand is a home for music lovers and we've got tons of seats reserved for you guys!

Let's discover them tunes!!!

Here's to 2018!

Hannah Slavin is a singer/songwriter originally from Glasgow, currently based in Leeds, UK.

Drawing inspiration from legendary acts such as Amy Winehouse, Carol King, Joss Stones and Aretha Franklin, her sound walks on the fine line between Soul and Pop.
Hannah gives the classic elements a modern touch and has seemingly effortlessly created her unique sound.

Last November Hannah released her debut single, "Daydream", which was well received by her ever growing fanbase.

Once you listen to Hannah's music, you'll quickly find yourself wanting to hear more.

Listen to Hannah's debut "Daydream" here:

Hannah Slavin online: Twitter | Facebook | Soundcloud | YouTube | Instagram

Let's check out Hannah's selection!


1) a song which makes you dance
"Man! I Feel Like A Woman" by Shania Twain

Let's Go Girls!

I mean in what world does this song NOT want to make you dance?
It just NEVER gets old! I think it's more of a hairbrush in hand, strutting your stuff across the room kind of fance, but none the less it genuinely makes me feel ridiculously sassy and makes me want to move every single time without fail.
A very good alarm clock option because then you'll definitely want to get out of bed. What a bop!


2) a song that calms you down
"Livewire" by Oh Wonder

This was the very first song I heard of Oh Wonder's first album, and oh my it's just incredible.
The whole album is very simlar chilled out vibe with beautiful piano and little added synths. The us of both male and female voices as the main vocal is just so unique and really puts me at ease.
I also like that their songs never really climax, it's never over the top and their voices fit so beautifully together - love it! "Landslide" and "Drive" are also just as good!


3) a song with a deep meaning
"No Me No You No More" by The Staves

This song. Is just so haunting. It's so incredibly emotive. And I'm not sure if it's possible to not shed a tear or ten.

When I saw this song played live a couple of years ago, it's impossible to feel every single word and every bit of pain without weeping. They manage to create the most incredible, heart wrenching sound and make you feel completely submerged in their pain.
The Staves manage to hit me right in the heart with their incredible harmonies and lyrics.
It is so moving all the while being very simplistic.
It's so honest, yet so simple.

"Let me be myself again" just gets me every time.


4) a song that makes you feel nostalgic
"Super Trouper" by ABBA

Who doesn't love ABBA?!
ABBA has always been a massive part of my musical life ever since I was a kid and I have so many fond memories of their music when I was younger.
I think it was genuinely on repeat for every family car journey we took and it's probably the only band that I will never tire of listening to a million times.

I'm originally from Glasgow, so I always get far too excited whenever they sing that line: "When I called you last night from Glasgow."
It always reminds me of home and some great, great memories, even though I did read somewhere that they only used Glasgow because it's the only word they could get to rhyme.

Whenever ABBA is playing, it's always a good time!


5) a song which has accompanied you for a while
"Primadonna Girl" by Marina & the Diamonds

Oh my god! This song...
I definitely turn into my diva/sassy alter ego whenever I listen to this song!
I can't believe that this song is five years old.
For me, it's one of those songs that I think is really recent but then it's actually been around for a while - maybe because I play it all the time.

It's a little bit of an anthem and whenever I've got it on it'll be because I'm on a mission to get stuff done and just need to go into complete sass-queen mode.
It's definitely one of those songs that'll give me that boost of confidence - yeah, pretty boppin' tune.


6) a song from your favourite genre
"Plot Twist" by Sigrid

I love Sigrid and I love Pop, so there is no doubt I'm choosing one of her songs from this genre.
She just seems to know what's what and is able to tell it perfectly through her songs.
"Plot Twist" is one of those songs that grows on you and you just fall in love with it the more and more you listen.

I'm all about lyrics when it comes to music and the fact she's so unpredictable with that she's going to say next, I love it.
She comes up with the most incredible phrases that are just as catchy and rememberable as the main hook!


7) a song by an artist / a band which has surprised you
"Places We Won't Walk" by Bruno Major

Bruno Major is an artist that I've been encouraged to listen to by quite a few people, but never really thought I would like it - but I was so wrong.
I was so shocked at how much I needed his music in my life. I had heard of him for a while because he used to study at the same University I went to and it wasn't until quite recently that I came across this song and completely fell in love with it.

It sounds like an old classic and transports you into a completely different place like you're in a movie. I love the home-y feel it gives you, perfect for snowy Winter weather!


And that's Hannah's playlist - let us know what you think!

Thank you for your visit!

Credits // Words (Intro & Outro): Vanessa Jertschewske | Image & Answers: Hannah Slavin

end of the year: 2017

Hey guys!

Vanessa here.
It's the end of 2017, a turbulent year that at times felt a bit like a long-haul flight.
Every year, I sit down on the 31st to type up a post trying to sum up the year - and tradition is a fun thing, so I'm back to do it again.

So, where to start?

2017 was another full year of house in the sand existing.
That's a cool statement.
We're still here, we're still going.

And it's been alright, it's been a learning process.
Usually I can find a way to describe each year, 2016 for example was a year of figuring new things out, 2015 was one hell of a success.
But 2017 makes this tradition a little bit more difficult.

So maybe I'll stick to calling it a long-haul flight.
You know, the feeling when you're on a plane and you know you're going really fast, but it just feels very still.
It was a bit weird.

But it was definitely filled with highlights - we featured favourite acts only and our team grew.
We found our spot in the blogosphere and figured out what our part is.
We travelled, we photographed, we filmed and we made friends.

Yeah, maybe 2017 was the year of friendship.
Not the shallow, "hi, nice to meet you, let's be Facebook friends" friendship, but the "hi, you're kinda cool, I've got your back" friendship.
And that's a success.

We haven't been the most visited blog, we haven't chatted to hundreds of famous acts, but we have been able to connect with people.
And honestly, that's what blogging is about - in my opinion at least.

So yeah, 2017 happened and 2018 is about to happen and let's be honest, nobody really has a clue what it's going to be like.
But we may all kick butts (our own as well if necessary), may we all bond a little more and may we all use our brains to figure out right and wrong.

And - most importantly - may we all dance to our favourite songs more often.

Alright, that's enough with the words for today.

Go on kids, have some fun.
But come back, we'll be waiting for you.

Thank you for sticking with us for another year,
you're the fuel I need and I fucking cherish this support.

Thank you thank you!

Lots of love,


Credits // Words & Photography: Vanessa Jertschewske

Best Of 2017: a video

Hey guys!

Welcome to part two of our "it's the end of the year, we're so nostalgic" crisis.

Yesterday was all about the photos (and our amazing photographers) while today we are looking back on all things video.

2017 was the year of our 5th birthday, which is something I'll chat more about tomorrow. We got to celebrate it with 25 incredible acts and also shared our rather hilarious outtakes with you.

We had chats with some talented artists and hosted our first ever living room shows - an experience we got to share with you.

This year has also seen the premiere of a new video series, Cover The HITS - personally, that's probably my highlight of the year.

Before I started writing the words you're reading this very second, I told myself to not go to crazy on the cheesy phrases and to let the video be the focus of today.

However, I just need to thank everyone who was involved with house in the sand's YouTube channel this year.
That's everyone who appeared on it - all the Birthday Countdown artists, the interesting people we had chats with, our new Cover The HITS crew and of course the fabulous acts who played their songs for us.

But also - guys, thank you for just hanging out with us and checking out the videos we share with you.
It's been fun and we're forever grateful for your interest.

So, without further ado, let me present you our Best Of 2017 video.
It's one of those videos I'm sure I'll be happy about when I'm 80 and reflect on the fun I've had with house in the sand.

I hope this is going to entertain you and I would absolutely love for you to tell me if you had any favourite videos this year.

You can find every video we've ever uploaded on our YouTube channel.

We'd love for you follow us on social media so we get to share our content with you.

Twitter | Facebook | YouTube | Instagram

Thank you for your visit!

Credits // Words, Image & Video: Vanessa Jertschewske | Audio (video): Jack Garratt (free download via Twitter)

Best Of 2017: music photography

Hey guys!

It's the end of 2017.
Well, almost.

If you've been with house in the sand for a while, you'll know that we usually lose our minds during this time of year and hang out with nostalgia 24/7.
If this is your first end of a year with us - welcome, you're in for a lot of cheese.

There will be an in-depth post about how this year felt to us and what not on December 31st, so if you're interested in that, please stick around.

Today I, Vanessa, want to dedicate a post to our incredible team of photographers.
This has been the second year of working with a team and it's been such a learning curve.

We've had to let some people go but we've also welcomed a bunch of new faces.
It's shone through who is serious about this and it's been fun.

The team members who took the photos below have been such fun to work with and made my task of being the editor so much easier.
So- Saar, Gabby, Melissa, Sam, Jess, Gina & Carolyn - thank you ladies for being a part of this madness - I can't wait to see who will be in front of our lenses next year.

So in true house in the sand manner, I've gone and picked out one photo from every show we've photographed this year.

If you wish to see more photos of a certain show, all you have to do is click the photo and you'll find the full gallery.

In case you would like to support our mighty team, just click the photographers' names and you'll find their websites/social media channels.



Black Honey // 25th January // Amsterdam (NL)
- photographed by Saar

Colony House // 4th March // Washington (US)
- photographed by Gabby -

Walking On Cars // 7th March // Stuttgart (GER)
- photographed by Vanessa -

Milky Chance // 8th March // Los Angeles (US)
- photographed by Melissa -

Mayday Parade // 9th May // New York City (US)
- photographed by Sam -

KT Tunstall // 22nd May // London (UK)
- photographed by Jess -

Josh Savage // 3rd June // Ötisheim (GER)
- photographed by Vanessa -

Charlie Hole // 1st September // Ötisheim (GER)
- photographed by Vanessa -

Mutemath // 20th September // New York City (US)
- photographed by Gina -

Gavin James // 6th October // Amsterdam (NL)
- photographed by Saar -

The Coronas // 8th October // Stuttgart (GER)
- photographed by Vanessa -

James Blunt // 12th October // Stuttgart (GER)
- photographed by Vanessa -

Angus & Julia Stone // 13th October // Stuttgart (GER)
- photographed by Vanessa -

Aquilo // 16th October // Los Angeles (US)
- photographed by Melissa -

Lewis Watson // 17th & 18th October // Richmond & Baltimore (US)
- photographed by Carolyn -

Madeline Juno // 20th October // Stuttgart (GER)
- photographed by Vanessa

Bad Suns // 29th October // Washington (US)
- photographed by Gabby -

Hippo Campus // 13th November // Washington (US)
- photographed by Gabby

And that's our photo recap of 2017!

We may or may not have a few more specials coming up, so stay tuned.

Thank you for your visit!

Credits // Words: Vanessa Jertschewske | Images in this post belong to each credited photographer but were taken for