A Day Without Love photo by Amanda Silberling
New Noise Magazine is premiering the music video for “Too Fast” from A Day Without Love. The song is featured on the group’s debut record, Solace. The music video and song of “Too Fast” collectively show the contributing small duties that help make a day feel more productive, rather than spending it all in bed.
“‘Too Fast’ is a song about coming to grips with needing to change, a reflection of living a life of being destructive, an addict and needing to live life more sustainably. The music video was recorded in one day with Bob Sweeney (RLSvideo) and it’s about me having a hangover and wanting to kill my battle with alcohol by starting to lose weight and live life more productively.”
About A Day Without Love:
A Day Without Love has existed in many forms. Started as a solo act by frontman Brian Walker during his college years, the music took on the shape of a full-band when Walker collaborated with Philadelphia producer Jake Detwiler in 2013. The resulting debut EP, Island, was a sharp contrast from the mellow acoustic musings that Walker had leaned on in the past – it was aggressive, grungy, and energetic.
Since then, A Day Without Love has seen a rotating cast of musicians surround the singer/songwriter for a handful of short releases – Confessions of the Innocent Mind (2014), A Day Without Oscar split EP (2014), Songs for the Lonely (2015), Young Professionals (2015).
In 2015 and 2016 A Day Without Love has played SXSW, signed to Sounds and Tones Records releasing a re-release of Island (2013) via cassette and has been consistently touring the northeast area of the us and parts of the south. The band has done a crowd-funded fundraiser for Erika’s Lighthouse and has spoken about the importance of mental health awareness at shows and has done a 90 covers in 90 days challenge via YouTube to bring awareness.