This month we’re loving new music, books, and movies plus an incredible place in Australia to add to your travel bucket list.
Spotlight On: Astrid S
The 20-year-old hails from a small town in Norway and she started her career on a Norwegian reality TV contest. Astrid’s 2016 tune Hurts So Good saw her support Troye Sivan on tour and her latest release, Breathe, has cemented her in the music game. Her stage-name isn’t far from her birth name – Astrid Smeplass. We can’t wait to hear her next releases!
Travel Bucket List #3: Kangaroo Island, Australia
Kangaroo Island, named after one of Australia’s native animals is a wildlife lovers kingdom. The island, in Southern Australia, near Adelaide is full of wildlife and native bushland. It’s the country’s third biggest island with a small population and lots of adventures to be had including Seal Bay, the Remarkable Rocks and Little Sahara. The Kangaroo Island Wildlife Park should also be on your list – your next destination awaits!
Book: Lily Collins – Unfiltered
Lily Collins, actress, model and entrepreneur – can now add author to that list as she’s released her debut book, Unfiltered: No Shame, No Regrets, Just Me. The book definitely lives up to it’s name – it’s a raw, honest and inspiring read of her life – tackling subjects including heartbreak, relationship abuse and eating disorders. Lily also shared stories of growing up with separated parents – one of them being music legend, Phil Collins. It’s a fantastic read.
Movie: Before I Fall
“What if today was the only day of the rest of your life?” The film that debuted at the Sundance Film Festival, is based off the best-selling novel and stars Zoey Deutch and Kian Lawley. An ordinary day turn’s into Sam’s (Deutch) last – watch as she relives the same day and has to untangle the mystery of her death. This is a film that makes you think and draws you in, a must-watch.
“Surround yourself with the right people, and realise your own worth. Honestly, there are enough bad people out there in the world – you don’t need to be your own worst enemy.” – Pretty Little Liars’ Lucy Hale