make it

We'll find a shirt that's just for you :)

What's your name?

I wrote a song using only your instagram comments!

Elise Ecklund
Elise Ecklund
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this turned out *very* interesting

The ukulele I played in this video:









*NOTE: video inspiration is from Gabbie Hanna. I know other youtubers do similar things with singing comments or tweets, but her video was what inspired me -

Big thanks to my patrons who support me and help make these videos possible! Thank you Jake Shapiro, Tom Knackstedt, and Josh Geiple.

Outro music: Love Club by Lorde

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