If you feel like you have been working so hard on something you’ve been missing out on life itself, or simply just having one of “those nights” where you can relate to the grind of a dream you have on gaining success, this track is for you.
Seth Dyer has been releasing tracks for his #DyerDays series and this is the 7th track and the last he has released that is produced and mixed by Seth himself.
Although it isn’t a flex type boastful vibe to end the series, he does mention that if you sleep on him, you’ll regret it, and spits many truths within the track. He means what he says and is too real to be misrepresented as who he truly is, because he is always himself and embraces that in his sound. He spits a line “…when the dollars in your bank account you see what really matters, a lone wolf out the forest, I’d be damned if I go back there” that really stood out to me.
“There was a point where I was having a lot of financial issues and it made me realize a lot about life and how their is truly a lot more to life than making money. During that time I felt very solitary and alone, I like the symbolism of a lone wolf that is separated from the pack and has to hunt on their own. Sometimes I feel like it’s me alone having to do so much but I don’t have any complaints about it. The forest thing will make more sense when I release some new music in the near future.” – Seth Dyer
He mentions in an interview that he’s worked so much that he’s missed out on the moment of things or while he’s somewhere he’s thinking that he has other things to do, and although that might be the way he thinks, he’s coming to realization in this track that sometimes you just have to get out of your mind and live in the now so you’ll have more to be inspired to write about.
I’m sure many artists can relate to this track and if you dig “Those Nights”, check out Seth Dyer’s other #DyerDays releases and be prepared to see some visuals in the making soon for the releases.
Seth Dyer’s “Those Nights” is now available for streaming on Soundcloud.
Words by: Daniela
Daniela Campos is a contributor for Omit Limitation currently living in Toronto.