Marcin Suder | Don't Fear The Daily Grind

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Don't Fear The Daily Grind

by Marcin Suder

A sarcastic-morbid atmosphere that combines subtle social criticism and high-level entertainment packed in catchy pop & rock melodies.
Genre: Pop: Pop/Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Dig Our Own Graves
3:51 album only
2. Coffee Time Thoughts
3:57 album only
3. Worth To Die For
3:15 album only
4. The Tear Song
4:00 album only
5. Hey, Are You There?
3:18 album only
6. A Friend Left Town
4:03 album only
7. Murders In The Streets
3:45 album only
8. Stones
3:45 album only
9. Till I Die
3:53 album only
10. Dirty And Ashamed
4:53 album only
11. Comfort Me
2:56 album only


Album Notes
„Imagine a narrow and dark street in an old town. It is night. It seems like the perfect place for a murder. No one sees you, no one hears you, you’re completely undisturbed“. With a peaceful voice the singer-songwriter, Marcin Suder, is speaking about the “dark side” of his personality. Such scenarios inspires Suder to songs like Murders In The Streets, the first single form his debut-album Don’t Fear The Daily Grind.

Suder encroaches into the mind and everyday life of an average middle-class person to sing about all the ups and downs with his low and dark voice – packed in catchy melodies. Both, on stage and on Don’t Fear The Daily Grind, Suder creates a sarcastic-morbid atmosphere that combines subtle social criticism and high-level entertainment.

One of the highlights in Marcin Suder's career was an opener-show for Adam Green in September 2007 in front of 800 visitors.



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