The length of our lockdown, and the way some are adapting to it the best they can, comes together in the glorious sounds of Brogo musician Daniel Champagne.
On Thursday, renowned guitarist and singer/songwriter Champagne will be presenting Day 50 of his "Connection Sessions", half-hour mini concerts and chats with his fans across the world via Facebook Live.
What began as a way to keep occupied while his concerts and tours were all put on hold amid the global COVID-19 pandemic, has become an avenue of "deeper connection" to his fans he said.
"Each day there's a lot of messages from people, from a lot of different countries. A lot of older people are enjoying it, and that's great," he said.
"When I'm touring, I'm normally going to towns or cities just once a year. And whether I'm making a connection with five or 500, it's a while before I get back there again.
"This is really a deeper connection I'm finding."
Champagne, 30, has been performing and on the road for 12 years, and being holed up on his family's permaculture property at Brogo is a long way from his new adopted home of Nashville or his regular tours of Canada.
However, he said he can't think of a more perfect place in which to spend this time.
"The personal side of it is that I really enjoy performing and I was used to some kind of routine.
"After 12 years on the road there was a genuine worry that I would be missing out on that.
"Now I'm waking up each morning looking forward to it [the daily performance]."
As well as performing some of his more recent songs - and requests from fans commenting during each live performance - Champagne has also revisited some older tunes.
"Some I've been re-learning and re-falling in love with them again. Some songs were ones that didn't lend themselves to a live show and playing them again now I can see, yeah, I knew there was a reason that didn't make it," he said with a chuckle.
He has also used the time to get his fans to submit clips of their own isolation activities, which will be compiled into a film clip for his new single, Trying to Hold the Setting Sun, being revealed on May 22.
Looking ahead, Champagne said he was keen to get back on the road even though he's clearly enjoying his intimate daily shows.
Although it all depends on Australia and other government relaxing restrictions enough to allow concerts once more.
"I'm lucky mine are smaller gigs anyway, but the vibe is not as tense as it was. There's some optimism about concerts capped at 100 people could be allowed by September," he said.
For now, tune in to Daniel Champagne's Facebook page to enjoy his mini-concerts, 11am (AEST) each day.