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Long Way Home

garethemery on March 06, 2014 09:01

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    Gareth Emery "Drive", the new album is now available at iTunes. Click here to download now: http://smarturl.it/GE-DRIVE

    I wanted this to be the first track from Drive I shared with you all not because it's the biggest or the best, but because it's probably my personal favourite.

    The album was basically inspired by a road trip I took with my wife from New York to Los Angeles last year, taking in Route 66 and numerous ghost towns, deserts, mountain passes, dirt roads etc, and I came up with the melody for this one towards the end, somewhere in the Mojave Wilderness as we finally made it into California, the setting sun of the West in the distance. A long way from home, and still fairly far from our final destination, but the end was in sight. And that's the moment the track basically came to describe. It isn't really a club banger, or a club track. It's just something I felt like writing.

    Anyway - enough deep shit. Still feels slightly surreal to be sharing this body of work after waiting so long. More soon.

    Gaz xx

    Drive is out April 1st
    Pre-order: http://smarturl.it/GE-DRIVE

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