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"Where I Wait" & working with Dave:
Recently I was able to work with Dave on my own music. Excited to share an interview + the video we made featuring Dave and ...shot by our friend Timothy Saccenti. I first met Tim when he came to film the Depeche Mode studio sessions for the “Delta Machine” album and we really got along and stayed in touch.
Every free minute I had (I still had a full time day job back then) was spent working hard on my own music and that meant many lonely nights tweaking and perfecting ideas in the studio. I stumbled over a synth riff that was just perfect for Dave’s baritone. So I asked if he would maybe, possibly, perhaps have a listen. He really liked the song sketch and had melody and lyric ideas immediately. Dave worked on the melody and lyrics alone so I heard the melody for the first time over the phone. After changing some chords and shortening the arrangement, we recorded the lead vocal for the demo and Dave sent it to his manager, Jonathan Kessler, who was suggesting we continue to write songs, which we still do whenever Dave is not busy taking over the world with his unstoppable DM gang. The song was never properly recorded so last Fall, after the “Spirit” sessions, we decided to finish the track and spent quite some time getting the energy right. We stripped the arrangement down, changed the drum programming a bit, Sharin Foo Official sang backing vocals and then Dave added a sad synthesizer line in the outro and breakdown.
Kurt Uenala - Null + Void