No, this is not a comeback. But Dust finger Pick up and sort new music.
On Friday (September 18), exactly two weeks after the release of the twentieth annual deluxe redistribution of their monster album Odyssey number five, The Aussie rockers abandoned “Day by Day”, their first new track in a decade.
“Day by Day” cut their number one chart for the fifth album in 301 sessions in Sydney in 2003. Eagle Street.
“The song is not finished until we’ve opened the archives and gone around for the never-before-released tracks,” says singer Bernard Fanning.
“We didn’t even have a rough mix of it because we decided at the time that it didn’t quite fit in with the rest of the songs on that album,” he continues. “Looking back now I’m not really sure why, we did not find a place in the record. ”
Once the band rediscovered it, producer Nick Didia tapped into its shape.
“Like a few other songs Eagle Street, ”Fanning adds that it is related to the temporary nature of life and a call to live in that moment.
The end result is the Beefy Blues-Rock number with Beefy Harmonies, augmented with keys, a device not clearly visible from The Finger’s best known works.
“Day by Day” is the first single on Dust Finger’s decade-long, forthcoming album of unpublished works.
Five Pieces called it a day in 2010, showing the rare distinction of winning five Aryan No. 1s in a row and finishing third among all-time Arya Award winners with 18 point trophies. It remains to be seen when they will be inducted into the ARIA Hall of Fame.
Within a decade, the dust finger is usually active this year. The social accounts of the classic lineup of Fanning (vocals), Ian Hugh (guitar), Darren Middleton (guitar), John Collins (bass) and John Kogil (drums) were reactivated and reunited in May. One Night Lonely Virtual concert, which raised more than $ 500,000 For charitable activities.
Earlier in the week,’s special edition OD5 Defeating All-Star alone, he returned to the charts of second-place national albums Music from Homefront Triple-album release.
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