The KT x Ruff House Journal collaboration is inspired by our shared love of the outdoors, adventures, writing and giving back. The KT x Ruff House journal is launching on National Public Lands Day (9/24) as KT begins her week-long journey in Alaska’s Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge with Sustain Music & Nature, a nonprofit that makes music a force for public lands. From the sea and sky inspired color, to the Alaska State flag’s Big Dipper constellation with added hand-drawn elements, this journal is designed to be a sturdy and treasured travel companion.
5x platinum and Grammy nominated Scottish singer-songwriter KT Tunstall launched into the international spotlight with the hit singles “Black Horse and the Cherry Tree” and “Suddenly I See”. KT quickly became known for her empowered female-rocker style, pioneering looping skills and great story-telling. Tunstall has released seven albums internationally with her most recent titled NUT, which is the last part of a trilogy of albums based on the Soul, the Body and the Mind.
I’m a dreamer, and I’ve always been a dreamer. I need to feel a constant sense of exploration in life. As a songwriter, in order to initiate the creative deep-dive to write lyrics I have to allow myself to unhook from the day to day and go into a different realm. Solitude, wilderness and Nature are all pathways to creative thought for me. This trip to Alaska with Sustain Music & Nature is an absolute experience of a lifetime where my strong passions for music, the outdoors and journaling all come together.
KT’s next adventure combines her passion for music, nature and journaling. KT Tunstall is partnering with Sustain Music & Nature, a 501c3 nonprofit, where they will partake in a week-long adventure of Alaska’s Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge.