The Road Trip Sessions gurus have just released part two of the four part series, and it's just as dreamy as the last.
Climbing waterfalls, exploring the forest, drinking Hither & Yon wine and eating the most delectable lookin' Woodside Cheese Wrights cheese, The Road Trip Sessions crew have made us completely and utterly jealous (once again).
Filmed at a secret waterfall just South of Normanville, Dan White features amongst the rusty brown Autumn leaves singing his 2014 single, 'Not Only'. His dreamy voice and acoustic guitar back-drop are perfectly accompanied by female vocals, while the scenery compliments his delicate and intricate music to a tee.
Now, it's time to feast your eyes and ears on this. Ladies and gents, The Road Trip Sessions: Part Two awaits.
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