Demons, volume 2 – Old Hotel

There is no doubt about it, Vic was a nomad….a nomad of the spirit and soul and a nomad of the road. He never stopped searching for meaning. His songs, right up to the end, were filled with internal wanderings and a determination to never settle down, to never be complacent, to never be satisfied with whatever meager offerings his journey unearthed. His wanderings in the real world were also well documented in his songs. One of the most common settings in his work are hotel rooms, unfamiliar spaces which he finds himself trapped in and screaming to escape. For anyone who has spent a lot of time on the road his settings are all too recognizable. The brilliance of Vic’s writing is the way he takes these external spaces and uses them to reflect the inner turmoil and sense of alienation that he was forever kicking against.

Here is our version of “Old Hotel” (which will appear on the Bonus Track EP), having just returned from Europe the sentiments expressed in the song strike close to the bone:

There are only a couple of more weeks left for the pre-order bundles….jump on in if you’ve got a bit of Festivus money burning a hole in your pocket.

To view the previous Demons blogs and to listen to some of the music, click away:

Introduction – Wrong Piano

West Of Rome

Marathon

Sad Peter Pan

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One Response to “Demons, volume 2 – Old Hotel”

  1. Cowboy Junkies Says:

    December 30th, 2010 at 8:56 am

    Hi Michael – thanks for finding us. We were in Philadelphia twice in 2010, so it will be awhile before we get back there…