Rockin’ out like the clouds and meteors of music, ‘Fuel’ is that hope for what makes certain of what can cut you both ways. David Newberry’s single cuts deep.
And you’ll love the intensity.
A virulent psychological gradient, from vocals to immediate interjection – the profound willingness and drive of David’s romp in ‘Fuel’ is just the ticket.
“My friend JP Maurice became part owner of a studio in Vancouver, and every time I would visit the city, we would mess around in the studio for a half-day one month, a couple of days the next, a few more days a year later. I never thought I was working on a record until Chips (that’s what we call JP) pointed out that there was an album’s worth of songs.”
‘Fuel’ is a track off of Toronto-based artist David Newberry’s LP ‘As Away As You Can Go Without Coming Back’.
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My super-talented brother @aardvarkpaste is having a sale of his art for the first time in years. Its all plywood and screen-print. Power tools and 'low' materials. I don't know if this is what he would say about it, but to me it explores the notion of what we think about as 'natural' and 'artificial' and the role that we've played in falsely separating the two. Check it out on his instagram.