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The Private Life of David Reed Stream Song Off New Album

To get fans excited for the anticipated release of The Private Life of David Reed’s new album, they will be exclusively streaming a new song from the album every Tuesday on TheSoundAlarm.com. Each week will feature a new song from the album up to the release on November 9th. This week, the exclusive song stream is “Leaving with a California Tilt.”

In a music world always longing for a new voice, The Private Life of David Reedrepresents the singer-songwriter for the 21st century fan. South Carolina native David Reed brings everything to the surface with his take on some of life’s most personal things on his new album, which will be released on November 9, 2010 via Chamberlain Records.

Following his 2008 solo debut, Missteps and Miscommunications, Reed joined his longtime friend and producer Tomas Costanza (The Never Enders, The Anix, Track Fighter) in Los Angeles to record the ambitious ten-song set. The Private Life of David Reed crests on his thought-provoking lyrics, layered with fierce guitar riffs and slight electronic tweaks.

From the propulsive riffage of “November” and “Sad Day” to lush reflections such as “The Difference” and “Leaving with a California Tilt,” Reed’s soul-searching spirit is unwavering in his quest to bring sincere and direct visuals to the forefront.

The Private Life of David Reed is currently on a nationwide tour and most recently won the Ragged Magazine contest for a feature in Filter’s Ragged Magazine.

Go to TheSoundAlarm.com to listen to the first song.

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