Having previously covered Grayson Hamm's "Just The Two Of Us," the new single "Wasted Days" serves to confirm that a good first impression goes a long way when you're in the hands of a talented musician.
Talent that leaves the mysterious curtain over the production, so that the listener remains in the magic of the song, without the mind dissecting how it all comes together adds a level of ease to the listening experience. All that's left to do is soak it up, enjoy it, and let it wash over.
With the beauty that underpins it all, it may wash over, but it doesn't just fade away. Something of what has been created here remains, affecting the present moment, and therefore, having a soft touch on the future too. And just like that, the past, the present, and the future are all connected, and so are we...I hope you're doing well.
Speaking to the track, the artist explains:
"Wasted Days" is about thinking that you wasted a season of your life, only to realize it wasn’t a waste because it made you who you are now. It’s about taking the good with the bad and moving forward - what other choice do you have?