Through the Lens by Brennen Grey – (It’s a Fine Day live edit)

It’s going to be a fine night tonight
It’s going to be a fine day tomorrow
It’s going to be a fine night tonight
It’s going to be a fine day tomorrow

The first time I heard a mix of the original song was probably ATB’s at Dreamstate several years back. The vocals were catchy and haunting and unforgettable. unbeknownst to me at the time, this song actually has a lot of history going back a few decades.

It was originally recorded as a cappella in 1983 and became an international hit in 1992 via Opus III. Since then, there have been many covers and variations on it. What I did not expect was a techno remix of it by none other than Brennen Grey. 

I was out several weekends ago, lamenting to my friend about how there were zero techno events going on, and how we have to travel at least an hour away if there happened to be any. Our best solution was to drink in the car and listen to techno, as we did not feel like paying $50 for a shitty club venue event that was going on nearby. My friend chose Adam Beyer’s Awakenings set from 2017 and about half an hour into the set, “It’s a Fine Day” started playing. 

I can easily say that Brennen Grey’s version is my favorite. I just wish he had it on Spotify but luckily, he had provided a free download on SoundCloud (provided in the description of the SoundCloud link I have above). 

Brb gonna have this on repeat.

Published by ALX

Another electronic music aficionado, dreaming about her next event. A place to share my thoughts about the electronic music sphere, along with documenting my decade long journey into it.

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