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






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Credits // Words, Image & Video: Vanessa Jertschewske

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