DEATH AND LIFE
I am a singer/songwriter/musician with a
damn good album to share (and unapologetically sell). If you’re curious
why you haven’t heard of me before please check out my backstory page;
it lays out why I had no interest in writing or recording music for the
last decade or so, and why I do so now with all my heart.
Born Into Addiction’s is about the damage
done to friends and family members of substance abusers. A thousand
records have effectively shown the dark lives addicts lead themselves,
but not many have taken the perspective of the helpless observers. In
my case it was my older brother’s death from a life of abuse which led
me down this path. I let it everything I have out here: the anger,
helplessness, frustration, fear, wild moments of hope, and utter
devastation. The darkest days were beyond any feeling of sadness I have
ever experienced… I’m hoping it will help others heal; writing it was
cathartic for me and helped me finally move past decades of worry and
suffering. I just want others to know that the grief does eventually
end – especially if confronted head on with support from others.
I released four singles after BIA - one
of which ("Fade Away") has a very high save rate on Spotify (for
whatever that's worth). I'm currently over 400,000 song listens total
for everything I've released.
As of January 2023 I have been working
hard on creating a new album. 10 songs have been written along with a
choice to cover Bill Withers "Hope She'll Be Happier". The album
remains untitled at this point; the focus now being on the outside world
instead of personal struggles. I'm very much looking forward to
sharing these songs which should be ready in a few months.
So check out the sample songs on my Song
Samples page. If you like what you hear, please support me by buying my
album on the Shop Music and Merch page. I'm also on a slew of music
sites including Bandcamp, Apple Music, Amazon Music, YouTube, and
Spotify. Links are in the footer of all pages. :) Thank You!
Photography for this site and Born Into Addiction by Noelle Weymouth: