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Saves The Day
6:30 PM - 11:59 PM The Social
Date: November 20, 2018 to November 20, 2018
Where: The Social, 54 N Orange Ave, Orlando, Florida, United States, 32801
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Event Type: Concerts & Music
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Desperate. This album is so much more musical [then the past two albums] because my heart was coming back to life while I was writing this and I was starting to be okay with myself, Conley explains. In a way I was in the same mindset that I was in when I wrote [2003s major-label debut] In Reverie. I felt like I was on cloud nine.Conleys positive outlook took a dejected turn shortly after In Reveries touring cycle ended, due to both external and internal pressuresand the making of this trilogy is as much an artistic statement as it is a chronicle of Conleys own cathartic journey from the depths of his own insecurity into accepting himself and the world for what they are. I was so angry when I wrote Sound The Alarm and then I was looking back on all these situations with Under The Boards, Conley explains, adding that a major turning point in his outlook was catalyzed by the recent birth of his daughter. I didnt want her to face the world the way I faced the world which was fighting, kicking and screaming so I decided I was going to bring myself back to life with this album.This therapeutic journey is evident on every song on Daybreak, mostly literally on tracks like 1984, which starts with the Under The Boards-esque statement Im dead inside and dying every day, but quickly resolves into I need your love/Im trying to rise above/I need you to bring me back to life, during the songs chorus. I recognize what happened to me and now that I lived through it I can look back on it which is why I think the music breathes more on this album, he explains. The songs feel more expansive because there wasnt the anger or confusion that dominated the first two albums in the trilogy, he continues. Daybreak feels like a huge sigh of relief to me.Conley is also quick to point out that despite its serious subject matter and introspective nature, he actually had a good time making Daybreak. Trying to tie all of those strange themes and currents and raw emotions from Sound The Alarm and Und
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