Beast of Burden
Of course I have.
After the divorce, Olivander had felt restless and melancholy... But now, in this place, this... place... It was special somehow, it had cured him of his loneliness, it was something in the sea breeze... and yet, and the same time, his spirit yearned for that great asphalt blacktop, yearned to once again wander the golden heartland of this country, this the great surrogate mother.
Hang in there hopefully it will pass. Many things do !it's definitely not constant. it's intermittent, like every second. and it sounds very much like this:
i'm gonna wait a bit to see if it disappears like mr. tea suggested. i have also considered it might be psychic but what lousy super power is it hearing seagulls at night?