This cover version of Walking on the Moon, recorded originally by The Police and written by Sting, is a tribute to the 50th anniversary of the Apollo moon landing—and done with a completely different treatment. It’s also a tribute to my father, David Anderton, who was a consultant to NASA and lived long enough to see the moon landing. The moon landing remains a celebration of the human spirit, and a reminder of the human desire to explore where no one has gone before. For more music, please visit my YouTube channel.
Joie de Vivre! is my new album project for 2018, which is all about rock meets EDM. It includes final versions of three songs previewed on YouTube earlier this year, with four new songs (including a remix of the song "To Say 'No' Would Be a Crime" from last year's Simplicity album), all arranged as a continuous mix. The songs were recorded during 2018 in Nashville, Tennessee.
Simplicity was recorded between September 2016 and May 2017 in Nashville, Tennessee. The vibe is very different from my previous project "Neo-"; there's an emphasis on stories, shorter songs, vocals, more acoustic instrumentation, and capturing emotions. Each cut from the album is also posted as a "single" on my YouTube channel.