Time sure is strange, isn’t it?
It seems as though we blinked and it was already Sunday! So much can happen in seven days, so let’s catch up on all the happenings within the YouTube community and look back on the great content in this week’s Round-Up!
grateful | sitc poem | Angela Innes
We know that Summer in the City was over a month ago, but that doesn’t stop Angela Innes from giving us all the feels about it. This week, she uses her poetic grace to bring us a poem that reflects on the wonderful weekend that was SitC 2017… Oh, the memories.
Can we fast forward to SitC 2018, please?!
A Documentary | Adrian Bliss
If you enjoyed Adrian Bliss‘s Vlune or Vlogvember series, then you’ll most definitely enjoy this video. Full of satire and fantastic comedic timing, this “documentary” focuses on the behind-the-scenes side of what being a “famous” YouTuber is like, and even features an appearance from super famous YouTuber, Arden Rose!
We certainly hope that his time in lock-up didn’t change Adrian too much.
Dismantling The Division | Myles Dyer
Politics have been the focus of conversation for a while now. Myles Dyer breaks down the division of society, as well as the flaws in the situation and the conversation. It doesn’t matter what your political beliefs are, there’s probably something in this video for everyone.
CHOICE | unplanned pregnancy and abortion in Ireland – short film | Melanie Murphy
In 2018, Ireland will be holding a referendum on repealing its ban on abortion in almost all circumstances. To bring the subject into light, Melanie Murphy has directed and produced a beautiful short film about the emotions one may go through when finding out they’re unexpectedly pregnant.
If there’s one video you’re going to watch this week, we highly recommend it be this one.
Only You (Official Video) | Sarah Close
The lyrics for Sarah Close‘s song Only You have managed to tug on our heartstrings. You may think you won’t feel anything watching the music video because you’ve already heard the song, but you’d be wrong. Sarah’s brought the song’s story to life in such a way that you won’t even realise four minutes have gone by until the screen goes black.