Hello fellow music lovers!

Man, it’s been a long time.

A whole lot has happened between the last episode in 2016, and today. And I wanted to speak to you today to fill you in on what happened to Travels in Music, and more importantly share something pretty exciting.

I just launched a brand new podcast.

It’s called Humans in Love, and it’s a venue for smart, relaxed conversations about culture, relationships, and personal development featuring unconventional perspectives. (You might think of it as “self-improvement that doesn’t take itself too seriously.”) Basically, if you liked Travels in Music, I think you’ll like Humans in Love–the format will be similar, my interview style will be similar, the only difference is the range of topics discussed–and, possibly, the level of frankness and honesty in the show.

My first guest will be familiar to TIM listeners: Mark Lewisohn is the world’s leading authority on the greatest rock n’ roll band of all-time, the Beatles. And for Episode 1 of Humans in Love, I sat down with Mark at the British Library in London where we discussed travel, productivity, the creative process, conflicts, working with George and Paul, and much, much more. It’s a two-part episode that I know you’ll love.

To find Humans in Love just search “Humans in Love” in iTunes, Stitcher, Overcast, Google Play, or whatever podcast service you’re using. Or you can visit www.humansinlove.com. Episodes 0 and 1 are available right now!

Thanks for your support, thanks for listening, and I hope you join me for this exciting new project. I’m in it for the long haul, and I’d love to have your company along the way.

Visit the Humans in Love website right here.

And you can connect with me on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram @zfstockill.

Here’s to Humans in Love!