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Singled Out: Greg Camp


10/01/2008
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(antiMusic) Welcome to Singled Out where we ask artists to give us the inside story about their latest single. Today's edition comes from Greg Camp and he tells us about his song "Cat's Game" from his new album 'Defektor.' And what a story it is, we'll turn it over to Greg now so he can give you the 411:

The song "Cat's Game" was inspired by a film that was never made. The independent director contacted me and needed a song for a film set in the late 70's- early 80's and needed to have a Joy Division vibe. So I set the "way back machine" and tried to write about the complexities of relationships from a point of view I could only imagine.

The character in the song being a confused punker strung out on model glue and wondering why girls are so elusive, always playing games and tricks on him. I spent a lot of time in my garage as a teen so I found it fitting to pen the song in a garage but I was NOT under the influence of model glue on this one.

You know you want to hear that one, so what are you waiting for? It's streaming right - here!



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