Spencer Day reveals past relationship and a plethora of musical stylings in “The Mystery of You”


Spencer Day: "The Mystery Of You"

Spencer Day Live at Yoshi's SF

Spencer Day Live at Yoshi’s S

For his follow up to his widely successful album, “Vagabond”, Spencer Day used his past relationship frombeginning to end as inspiration on “The Mystery of You”.   Day sings with a true clarity and richness that sounds effortless. Influences range from the brooding, “Something Wicked” and the title track, “The Mystery of You”, which should be utilized for the next 007 theme song. The sounds of big 60’s orchestration and tambourines make this the most lush sounding track on the album. “Here I Go”  keeps the 60’s upbeat spirit in high gear, but manages to have a pop friendly,  bounce-in-your-step feel to it that you’ll have on repeat. “The Answer” shows that Spencer Day could easily compete with any Country star out there right now if he desired, showing he can croon, belt and pen a tune with a familiar chorus. Same is true with the beautifully sung,  inspirational and hopeful  “Somewhere On the Other Side”.  But, it’s tunes like, “Shadow Man” which dig deeper into Day’s repertoire to unveil the depths of his talent,  incorporating a successful mix of Bossa Nova and Spanish influences.  Listener will be touched by beautifully vivid tracks like, “I Don’t Want To Know” and “Nevermind”. Both songs have sensitive lyrics and exquisite musicianship.

“The Mystery of You” won’t disappoint, and nor will Day’s live shows. Hopefully the Grammy’s will take notice to this future classic.  You can currently see him on tour. Visit: SpencerDay.com Watch our Video interview below of Spencer Day right before he played Yoshi’s in San Francisco. Catch Spencer at at Feinstein’s at The Nikko for 3-nights: May 23, 24, & 25. www.ticketweb.com