You Don't Belong With Me

A Day In The Life

You Don't Belong With Me
Performed By A Day In The Life
Album UPC 802114166227
CD Baby Track ID 1251921
Label Another Day Records
Released 2005-01-01
BPM 97
Rated 0
ISRC ushm90589027
Year 2005
Spotify Plays 274
Writers
Writer Casey Walke
Pub Co Casey Walke
Composer Casey Walke
Clearance Sync & All Media Uses
Rights Controlled Master and Publishing Grant
Rights One-Stop: Master + 100% Pub Grant
Original/Cover/Public Domain original
Country United States - Washington

Description

Acoustic/Power Pop mixed with Indie/Alternative, to bring an intimate look into a person's life. Songs about life, love, and loss, written, recorded, and performed by Casey Walke.

Notes

A Day In The Life is a creative outlet for multi-intrumentalist and producer Casey Walke. Formed as a sideproject for downtime between bands, A Day In The Life is now Casey's main focus. The inception began during a long hiatus of My Advice To You back in 2001. During that time Casey continued to write new material but focused on the more intimate, acoustic aproach. "Left for the first time since I was 12 without a band, I didn't really know what to do with myself. My band mates were getting married and starting new lives without me. Family turmoil continued and I found myself with only my guitar to turn to." Writing music continued to be a productive outlet for Casey. "Being left without a band really made me focus on playing drums to fill out my recorded sound. I liked to play drums, I did a little with My Advice To You, but it was just enough to get by. So I focused really hard on getting solid enough to record my own music. I also started experimenting with piano, keyboard, and mandolin sounds. I use a really spontaneous approach to recording these instruments because I really have no idea how to "really" play them. I usually hit record and play along a couple of times until I get something I like and that's about it." All of the instruments and vocals have been recorded in Casey's home studio. This album is really intimate but it doesn't spell out all the details. It leaves room for your own interpretations, it's not heart on your sleeve type emo. This album leaves room for your imagination.

Influences include The Smashing Pumpkins, The Beatles, Jets To Brazil, Elliott Smith, Third Eye Blind, The Get Up Kids, Our Lady Peace, and Nickel Creek

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