It Happened Tomorrow

16 12 2021

There is a debut release coming tomorrow December 17 2021 on Bandcamp.

‘It Happened Tomorrow’ is an instrumental by BOOZYCANE

https://boozycane.bandcamp.com/

Press Release by PinkOrange Records

BOOZYCANE is a brand new side project from Andrew Cane.

The first track is an instrumental called ‘It Happened Tomorrow’ and will be released on Bandcamp on December 17, 2021, where it can be downloaded as a HiRes file and will be available in standard bitrates on all streaming services worldwide in January 28 2022.

‘It Happened Tomorrow’ is a jazzy instrumental that floats from A to B without repetitive sections. A gentle electric guitar journey through changing keys, supported by Tom’Bo’ Ott on drums and subtly underpinned by atmospheric string sounds. A great addition to playlists with a chill factor.

Some may wonder why the release is in the Jazz genre, Boozycane comments:

“For a musician like me, who has played in the rock and punk scene most of his life, it’s kind of weird to release a song labelled jazz. But for ‘It Happened Tomorrow,’ there was no other choice close enough to what it is. It’s a 4/4 time signature and I used so-called jazz harmony, that’s it. The piece doesn’t follow the usual rules, like verse, chorus and so on, and it’s not exactly what I would call jazz and what most people probably wouldn’t associate it with. I would put it under the main genre of guitar music. It’s a little guitar journey.”

“To cut to the chase, some time ago I started thinking about releasing music, whatever style or genre. Since I’m originally a guitarist, I wanted to go back to my roots and focus solely on composing the music instead of also writing lyrics and singing.
I wanted to take a simple, casual approach
to this piece of music and let it go in any direction it wants.

The idea for ‘It Happened Tomorrow’ came to Boozycane when he was on vacation in Ibiza and was written on a cheap acoustic guitar lent to him by his landlord. At first he was going to release it as a guitar-only unplugged version, but then he ran into an old friend and band member who was a drummer in a previous band of his. TomBo was happy to take over the drums for the instrumental, which was not as easy as it would have been under normal circumstances. The guitar was recorded by Boozycane in his studio, with the click only serving as a vague guideline, not as strict as most productions these days where everything is quantized to death. So TomBo really had to adapt.

As Boozycane said, “In this project I don’t want to limit myself to one genre. I have too many different ideas parked unused on my hard drives to limit myself to stereotypical thinking. Life is too short to waste it with restrictions on genres. And I have no superstar hero ambitions with this project.”

http://boozycane.com


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