Blake Cateris is an Australian singer-songwriter whose musical passion is noticeable in his songs. He draws inspiration from the writings of songwriters that speak to the soul, such as Frank Turner, Butch Walker, Dave Hause, and Laura Jane Grace, and fuses the stories with the honesty of real-life events. Following the success of his solo debut songs “Careless Memories” and “It’ll Never Happen To Me,” Blake Cateris released his reflective single “Days, Weeks, Months & Years” on October 7th, 2022.
The three-minute work “Days, Weeks, Months & Years” immerses listeners in Blake Cateris’ sparkling melody as he captures listeners’ hearts with unique acoustic melodies and compassionate lyrics, and his vocals seamlessly flow into the acoustic atmosphere that makes the song wonderfully lovely and inspiring. The acoustic guitar melodies heard throughout the song lend a lot of dynamism to the song and inculcate Blake’s artistic charm into the air around us filled with delight with his top-notch vocals.
“This song is about living out of balance with yourself. Watching the world go by feeling like you might be losing touch with far more important things in life than what you’re focusing on right now.” Blake Cateris
Blake’s motive for writing the song is clearly articulated and performed with maximum passion, resulting in a masterful performance and his desire will actually connect and create an unforgettable impression on the thoughts of the recipient as it embodies Blake’s biggest loves through lyrical narrative, his ardent love of music production, and inner self-reflection, leading to personal growth and development.
Overall, “Days, Weeks, Months, & Years” is a fantastic and catchy song. Blake Cateris’ vocal tone is appealing, and he injects emotion into the words over the rich and colorful instrumentals, which properly complement the song and make it unique. With singles of this kind, I can’t wait to hear what Blake has in store for us next.
Listen to “Days, Weeks, Months, & Years” by Blake Cateris on Spotify and let us know your thoughts. Cheers!
Losing track of days, weeks, months, and years
Fixated on my precious blood, sweat, and tears
I’ve been asking tough questions of myself lately
Tryna talk less and listen more precisely
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