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It’s out now on itunes UK and up on my Myspaceif you’d like to hear it.

I found a quiet little space to stretch out (apart from a cleaning lady), check emails etc while I was waiting for my delayed by 2 hour flight to Fiji. Really deep stuff man....xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx n gjgjjgkjgkjgkklksfjgjlkjsdfglkjsdfglkjdsfglkjsdfglkjgasfgffff kfjkasaghlkjgsblkjsghlkjshlkjsh3gtigigslkjsghjfjkrjrrjjrjrjrjrjrjjrjrjrjrlkjgajrglkrjaglagjaglagjaglagjgalagjagjag999999999999frufuj This is my view! This one here's a Mourning Gecko, though I've seen them at all times of day. Tried to keep as much to the original way of touring the songs back in the day. Though when it came to the real thing I was so excited to be up there I forgot to cackle. It’s the perfect opportunity to catch up on everything with y’all.

I soon began to pass the time away by humming, whistling and typing to the music (the cleaning lady began cleaning further away from me now whilst throwing me funny looks) being played over the speakers, some of it I actually really liked...liking airport music? Somehow I don't think any of these idea will make the album! This place I'm staying in now is just so breathtaking I can't even put it into words! Taken 5 mins before I started this blog (which is probably going to be a couple of hours by the time I finish this blog! I am having a whale (apparently you can hear them from my "home" sometimes) of a time. One that's writing songs, cooking food (ah, the novelty of being in one place long enough to cook, buy groceries), learning Japanese (very very slowly in it's own time) lapping the little pool about 50 times each morning and braving the extreme undulating nature of this island's land mass on my rented bicycle. Sorry, it's still comic relief day in Hawai, I had to squeeze one bad joke in here somewhere! One fish says to the other"So how do you drive this thing? I really like being in round spaces and Octagonal spaces come a close 2nd. I even got to play on Liberace's piano thanks to Pete at Baldwin pianos. I donned these rather attractive padded cycling shorts underneath the harness. Tomorrow i’m playing “hide and seek” at the MTVu Woodie awards. Apparently I’m opening the show, which is great, as it means I get to relax for the rest of the evening and get to watch Beck play. I’ve never been invited to an award thingy as a nominee before.

So I'm here for 2 weeks (5 days in now), then to Taveuni, an island of Fiji, then to Sydney for a night to see a couple of mates before heading down to Tasmania for a couple of weeks. 5 days in crazy Tokyo then up to Hokkaido for the rest of the fortnight. ) Poor James Blunt was behind me and didn't see much past the garden patch of my hair. I even got to wear some rather fancy jewellery worth...for it...necklace and one watch came to $600,000 on the form I had to sign for insurance reasons! You get to wear really fancy stuff, they get it on TV..because I was gonna be on TV with "best new artist" (giggle) I was important enough to wear all these glittery diamonds. The shape of a baby grand piano but with all my electronic techno geeky gubbins within so I can still do all I need to do. I was struggling to get through them in time before the gig.

I'm going to meet Coppe too so very excited about that! Then after this..Hong Kong for a couple of nights, then to Koh Samui, Thailand for a couple of weeks. Goodness me...there's so much that's gone by and I haven't blogged on. It really did just seem like a natural extension from the feather mohawk... Fantastic Pinar who pulled it together with Jackie in 5 days! It's going into the soon to be opened for it's 50th anniversary, the Grammy Museum! So thank you Christopher Designs, I felt like a princess and maybe the prince was Gary! needless to say the people that came up to me for a chat weren't the super slick, celery stick, can't think where's my lipsticks types but people I'd actually like to spend an evening with. Complete of course with coloured lights and ivy twisting through it. A huge sorry to those of you who had tickets to see me in Norwich, Cambridge and Oxford. Thank you to everyone who has put their band/ friend’s band forward.

I've begun the 3rd album (the follow-up to 'Speak For Yourself'). You're very welcome to comment but please don't ask me questions on here or i'll never get any work done. We spent about 5 minutes going sideways coming out of Camp Manyara. I've booked some flights to go to Tanzania on the 28th to welcome in the New Year with thousands of other big pink feathered birds (it's those flamingos again). That way when I get back (just in time for christmas) i'll have a fab new living room!

I'm going to write a more frequent blog as I did with the last one so you can keep an eye on me and make sure I'm not slacking! You can email me with any questions you have and every month we'll pick 20 from the virtual 'hat' and post them. Of course the guys egged me on to sing something back. Also with Sophie navigating through a mammoth puddle or two. Then on Monday I was rehearsing with the Nemo, Jez (percussionist), Guy (of the frou variety) and Arve Henriksen.For the last album I wrote a blog pretty much everyday for about the last 6 months out of the year it took. Coming on, singing, holding a broomstick and triggering the music from my mini wireless MIDI keyboard. Last time I was in LA I met up with her, took measurements in my hotel room and went looking for fabrics, birds and butterflies together.Well, it was so useful for me to do it that I'm doing it again. Funny how you get more done when you're being kept an eye on! I imagined I’d get it when I got to LA next (the gig at the Wiltern) but bye gum she’s already finished it.The studio has taken so much longer,soooooooooo much longer than I thought when I started out building it and now I'm really on a race to get the album completed and out to you by the end of the year. We went on to a club afterwards and ended up getting so drunk we didn't say goodbye! When I first realized that the London show fell on Halloween my first thought was I was to fly in on a broomstick. Some scenes are a bit much for some but I found it the whole thing pulled me here and there between disgust and laughter which I like. So now I can just relax and concentrate on the tour ahead.My friend's and family tell me I'll manage it as somehow I always do under pressure...time I'm forcing myself to believe them as the task seems mountainous from where I stand at it's feet. It took our crew a few days to realize I wasn't joking! it's the longest I've been on tour and from what I hear we have quite a fancy bus too to drive/eat/drink/sleep/shower/do internet on! On the plane with Jez, Walter (tour manager, sound engineer and pretty much everything in between), Matt our lighting guy and Klong.He doubles up as the perfect sleep cushion/companion for these long-haul flights (round my neck now).

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