The end always comes eventually. Whether it’s Galactus chowing down on your planet’s resources or the sun setting on another day or the last bite of a big meat sandwich, you gotta stop somewhere.
This new tune (a new tune? WOAH!) is a good ending, I think. Maybe try listening to it while your driving home and it’s dark and the lights are coming on and maybe also it’s cold outside. Or, you could use it as your alarm to get up to in the morning at the end of a long night’s sleep of tossing and turning and waking up every 2 hours because your cat is in the Christmas tree again.
It’s a good song for a lot of different times, see? Now have a listen.
Galactus Is Coming also features Andy Trebing on lead guitar parts, which, I think, really make this song easy to float into and get lost.
It’s possible I may squeeze in a couple more song releases before the end of the year, so be on the lookout for those. You can always subscribe to my blog and get post reminders in your email if you don’t want to visit Music Vomit every day like most people don’t.
How about this? A new version, recorded in July 2018, of an old tune, recorded in May 2013, about the month of April, and I’m releasing it in December.
Makes perfect sense!
On this tune you get to hear the beginnings of a new collaboration I’m working on with Andy Trebing. We’ve been writing songs and composing music for a few months now. He’s got some cool tunes of his own and the mix of our two individual sounds goes together pretty good.
ANYWAY, just listen to the song, okay?
This one has some upright bass, played by Andy, and some backing ambient, droney (yes, that’s how you spell droney) guitar, also played by Andy.
And that’s it. First release in 2018. In December. Mid-December. I have 2 weeks to write and release 100 more songs to get back on track. I CAN DO IT.