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Gently for Tomorrow (Anthem Mix)
I'm really excited to share that Gently for Tomorrow (Anthem Mix) is now available on Bandcamp. This is the first new single since the 2022 Album, M.E. VI (a requiem). Where M.E. VI was focused on the climate emergency and the 6th mass extinction, Gently for Tomorrow (Anthem Mix), looks ahead to what could be if we make good decisions and change the trajectory. It is the first of several tracks that will make up a new EP, which is anticipated for 2024.
I invite you to purchase the digital download on Bandcamp. When you purchase music on Bandcamp, it's yours. You can put it on your phone, stream from your computer, or download the Bandcamp app for access at any time. Creating an account on Bandcamp is free, and you have access to a whole world of music from independent and small label artists who get paid fairly for their work.
However, you can also find the music on your favorite streaming platform. The most important thing is that you find it, you listen to it, you enjoy it, and you share it - over and over and over again.
The Visualizer Video for Gently for Tomorrow (Anthem Mix) is out!
I'm super pumped to share this news!
Gently for Tomorrow (Anthem Mix) is the visualizer video for my new single.
Please watch, like, comment and subscribe on my YouTube Channel!
M.E.VI (a requiem)
The motivation to compose and record an album based on the concepts of climate change and a sixth mass extinction (M.E.VI) came to me as a I read the World Wildlife Fund's Living Planet Report 2016 while commuting by train to my day job in Boston in the Fall of 2016. But you could argue that it really started 30 years earlier...