Singled Out: The March Divide's Still Analog

Today Jared Putnam a.k.a. The March Divide tells us about the song "Still Analog" from full length debut album "Music for Film". Here is the story:

"Still Analog" is an old song, I wrote it right before I quit playing full time with The Conversation. At the time, I just needed to admit to myself that I had made a real mess of everything. I'm a simple guy that's maybe a little behind the times, and writing another pop song about how I thought I'd been wronged wasn't going to fix anything. Shannon was a girl that I had met on tour and was seeing from South Carolina, our relationship wasn't all that serious, in the song she's more of a metaphor for me wanting to go home and make things right. It's just a song about turning over a new leaf.

Sometimes songs mean a lot and sometimes they don't, this one really did. I know it's pretty ironic that "Still Analog" is a pop song about how another pop song isn't the solution to my bull sh*t, written in one of my lyric notebooks, in bad handwriting, with misspellings, and scribbled out lines. But to my credit, I really got my sh*t together soon after.

Hearing is believing. Now that you know the story behind the song, listen for yourself and check out a live video here, plus learn more about the album right here!

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