SeeWhatEyeSee is an album that came to be pretty much on a whim one day. I never initially had the idea of following up "Dig Deep", because it was such a dark place in my life. However, one day, I realized that I was in a new place in my life and it would be perfect for me to show the progress I've made by way of another album. Sometimes, you just get to the point where you're so excited about changes that you make and things that you've learned along the way that you just want to share it with the world. One thing that I did differently with this album is the inclusion of more instrumental songs. With such a personal album, I want to speak to the listeners more. Shame that it's not by way of words, but I feel that you'll listen to the album and get exactly what emotions I'm trying to convey to
While, from what I've told you, the album may seem to be extremely positive, it's not all happy. Some things that happen in a time of great self-realization are more bitter than sweet. I've experienced flashbacks of darker times that made me a little hesitant to maintain the ecstatic state of mind that I found myself in so often lately. The key to getting through those moments is to let them in, deal with them, and understand how you can make a better set of moments from them. From "Dig Deep" to "SeeWhatEyeSee", I've become a stronger person and also a better musician. Because I love the people that listen to and enjoy my music, I want to share the next step of my journey with you. Maybe someone that can relate to my journey (which is nowhere near complete yet) will hear the album and be moved by it. Thank you for taking the time to download such an important project of mine and I hope you enjoy it. Feel free to contact me @ email@example.com . I'd love to talk to you.