New Orleans Musician Daniel Amedee Releases New Demo Track Titled "These Old Ways"

The song, which has never been heard publicy before features vocals by German choral singer, Megaga, who also appears on Daniel Amedee’s current album "Themes From…"

New Orleans, LA, November 08, 2011 --( New Orleans musician Daniel Amedee has spent the past months writing new material and developing songs for a second album as a follow up to his 2011 release "Themes From." As the singer songwriter nears the end of the writing stage, he has chosen to release a sample of his new material to give fans a taste of what to expect in the near future.

Daniel comments, "I really felt this track captured a good overall vibe of the music and lyrics that I'm writing now. I like to sing about where I think the world is going, how we're developing as a world culture, and how we have more individual control over our individual world than previous generations. We're always moving forward and we’re becoming a lot more aware of why we’re on this planet."

After working with Megaga on his first album, Daniel decided to continue to incorporate her in his work because of the way that he felt their voices played off of one another and how unique a sound her voice added to an indie rock genre.

He stated, "Megaga puts such a raw emotion in her lyrics and her melodies. She can move you with her voice, which is why I love to write music with her in mind. It's an incredible writing experience."

Daniel plans to keep writing until he’s ready to records the tracks in San Francisco with Charles Gonzalez, who produced his first album ‘Themes From’. He concludes “I would love to get the same band together to record this album because I feel those guys can really do the material justice and elevate the tracks to a completely different level.”

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