There are certain songs, you won't forget because they made an ordinary moment special. I travelled to California a week ago, to attend a friends wedding and after a 13 hours flight from Germany to LA I had to drive three hours to Exeter, a small city in the middle of nowhere. And while the sun set this song by Jeremy Messersmith was played on the radio, and it just felt right at that moment to be there, tired on a highway in the USA, driving to my friends house, to finally see everyone again, after two long years. "Been so long since I've been gone / Doubt if you'll know me at all / Downpour, did I make you proud? / If there is a line I'll cross it, no lesson will I learn / Even if I'm standing on it, no bridge that I won't burn / Coming back to where we started, I'm only passing through / I've become a ghost in your garden, fading into view."