Do you ever feel like we’re running out of time and no one cares? That society is collapsing, yet there’s no appetite for action? When do we start working together to solve our culture’s biggest, most urgent issues?
What if we named the date that it would all end? A date with historical significance, led by a protagonist with experience between this world and the afterlife? Would we start to see “signs of survival” from our own species?
This song was inspired by David Bowie and how he often writes “looking back” from the future or “looking down” from above. I hope it does some good – because the cost of inaction is immeasurable.
One Sunday in Autumn | Michael Boezi
Release date: 9/29/22
Michael Boezi: Voice, guitar
Britt Connors: Backing vocals
Dave Brophy: Drums
Joe McMahon: Bass guitar
Peter Fernandez: Accordion
Dave DeSimone: Percussion
Lyrics by Michael Boezi
Music by Bob Bradshaw and Michael Boezi
Produced by Michael Boezi and Dave Brophy
Recorded at Revolution Sound Studio in Charlestown, MA
Engineered by Dave Brophy, Matt Girard, and Mike Connors
Arranged by Dave Brophy and Michael Boezi
Mixed by Dave Brophy
Cover photograph by Michael Boezi
Cover design by Michael Boezi
℗&© 2022 Control Mouse Media, LLC
Published by Control Mouse Media, LLC, Boston, MA https://controlmousemedia.com
All rights reserved. Unauthorized duplication is a violation of applicable copyright laws.
ISRC: QZU4R2200006 / UPC: 692531898098 / Artist IPI: 1126697636 (ASCAP)
In preparation for this new set of releases, I also re-released my back catalog in March. They include re-mastered versions with some bonus demo tracks included too.