A Day Without Love’s “Where You Fit In” | album art by Dretime | courtesy of the artist
A Day Without Love, Erin Fox, and friends come together for “Where You Fit In”
Brian Walker, the main mind behind alternative rock band A Day Without Love, has recruited an array of Philly musicians for his latest song. Sung and cowritten with Erin Fox, “Where You Fit In” is a fusion of alt-rock and poppy jazz, its unique sound crafted by each contributor’s musical vision.
Walker describes “Where You Fit In” as “about discovering clarity of mind from a past of self destruction and trying to pick things up. Metaphorically it’s also about rediscovering your past and present and figuring out where all the parts of your life belong between your friends and the events you have experienced.”
“Where You Fit In” features Kelsey Cork (Kelsey Cork and the Swigs) on saxophone, Jace Miller (Alright Junior) on bass, Erin Fox on guitar and vocals, Aaron Weiss (not the singer of mewithoutYou) on keys, and Branden King on drums, with Jesse Gimbel producing. The song came to fruition just before quarantine went into effect, with collaborators sending each other Dropbox files. The result is a song with a little bit of the personality of each of its contributors. Walker and Fox may be the vocalists, but a flurry of instrumental features allow their friends to shine, everyone fitting in in their own way.
Listen to “Where You Fit In” below.