There’s no place I’d rather close out my High Seas tour for 2018 than Los Angeles. We sold out the entire tour yet again, and I’m so thankful that I get to bring my two passions together in one place. Thank you to every single person who came this year. Now... what can we do next year to go even bigger? 📷: MAC Motions
The coolest thing to me is seeing people collecting these High Seas boat shows like trading cards. We added San Diego for the first time ever, and I met a few people that traveled from around California to come to the show just because it was a new one! Someone is coming to four (FOUR!) of the shows this summer. Can you beat that? PS I never expected San Diego to bring it so hard, we will DEFINITELY be back!
What a weekend! Might not even look like we’re on a boat but these are from our San Francisco High Seas show on Saturday. 1200 people never looked so good! Thank you so much to everyone that came. I keep meeting people that are going to multiple dates on the tour, which is honestly the coolest thing I can imagine. So much love to you all! All of the other parties are getting close to selling out soooo.... 📸: Jonny Rios
I’m celebrating today because the original version of the Embrace EP is back, the way it’s meant to be. I listen back to these songs and I’m as proud of them today as I was the day they came out. This music took me around the world and soundtracked my life the whole way. Getting the chance to work with Ariela Jacobs, Chela, Mereki, and Say Lou Lou introduced me to the world of co-writing songs, which has become my life for the last five years. I know a lot of you have been missing these original versions for a long time and I really pushed to get this done for each and every one of you. Thank you all so much for supporting over the years and sticking with my musical journey. I can’t wait to show you what’s next. The Embrace EP is available wherever you listen to music. If you can’t find it, let me know!
Recapping the 2017 High Seas Tour really helped me to look back at everything I went through last year. We broke bones, postponed shows, and came back with more cities and the best tour we’ve ever thrown. Now we’re planning and expanding the tour to more cities than ever before. Where should we come this summer?!?
Last year I set out to help the Global BrightLight Foundation light a village in Guatemala using their incredible solar lanterns. I'm so happy to say that with your generosity, we've achieved our goal and we were able to help 50 or more families in the village of Chupel gain access to clean, sustainable, solar power. A huge thank you to all of my fans and especially to everyone who donated to this amazing cause. I'm so lucky to get to do what I do for a living, that involving myself in projects like this is the least I can do to give back. If you're interested in learning more about our project in Chupel or more about the Global BrightLight Foundation, head to their homepage at globalbrightlight.org