UK Tour, Day 4…On route to Glasgow

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It’s the time of year for listening to Tom Petty tunes. There’s a feeling of harmony best served with a slice of Boys of Summer. Gaps in the puffy clouds reveal a true blue sky echoing an argument with David Rawlings concerning Morrissey and then “One… two… One… wee-ooh!”
On a beautiful day the M6 to Glasgow is a pleasure. It’s especially enjoyable the day after a riotous live performance at Manchester Academy 2. So many good people. So much genuine love for the band. Thank you.

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UK Tour, Day 4…On route to Glasgow

NickTOUR DIARY

It’s the time of year for listening to Tom Petty tunes. There’s a feeling of harmony best served with a slice of Boys of Summer. Gaps in the puffy clouds reveal a true blue sky echoing an argument with David Rawlings concerning Morrissey and then “One… two… One… wee-ooh!”
On a beautiful day the M6 to Glasgow is a pleasure. It’s especially enjoyable the day after a riotous live performance at Manchester Academy 2. So many good people. So much genuine love for the band. Thank you.
It’s a good time for The Temperance Movement. Even now as a light shower slaps the windscreen in the Borders, we know it’s only a playful slap on the bottom like you would in the bedroom. No need for safe words here. No, no. We’re all friends now and everyone knows the rules. Like the Bible says: Proverbs 12:3 ‘Playing to 1000 people a night is good thing. Enjoy it’.
Manchester: vast beacon of culture and enterprise. You did yourselves proud last night as five red faced lads were encourage further not to go back to their day jobs. We shall return very soon to see yous all again I’m sure. It was a buzz to meet those patient enough to catch my tardy aftershow appearance. Big love.

And all the while, Blue Monday was playing in my head on a loop! No joke. Is there something in the water or what?

Phil x

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