A Hard Days Night

1995 | A Hard Days Night, Dale Strachan

Ignorance never settles a question.

“Dale Wanted to be heard. Through his music he expresses everything from pain and hatred to pain and nausea and it is beautiful. Very rarely did he write about hope or happiness but each song had such heartfelt sentiment that it is hard to seperate the pain from the act of creativity.

All his life he wanted to write songs, not only for other people but for himself, if only that had been enough to clear his head of all the things that hurt him. When Dale created a song he struggled to condense a huge amount of feeling into three or four minutes, it consumed his life. The act of writing did not come easily for him.

You need to do more than listen if you want to know what is hurting someone. You need to see them and feel them and hear them. Through Dale’s art we see a world that is not perfect, but he expresses the truth beautifully.”

— Gwen

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  1. Gowie

    didn’t Dale do a great song about clowns? Like burning a clown or something?

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