'I Don’t Even Try b/w Goodbye, Come Again' is the first single by The Sins of My Youth. It sounds warm-hearted as hell. Best heard in an early 90s Honda driving through the country-side while the sun sets. It was written and recorded within two days in May 2014 at the barn of the Principal Studios Senden near Münster, Germany. "I Don’t Even Try" is about what you do and how you feel like when you don't like who you are – a mildly depressing folk song inspired by Kath Bloom, Townes Van Zandt and Wim Wenders’s 'Don’t Come Knocking'. "Goodbye, Come Again" is some kitsch/popsong shit in the vein of Grey's Anatomy soundtrack. Most soft people like it.
released May 1, 2015
Released: May 1, 2015
Recorded: May 10 – May 11, 2014; barn of the Principal Studios (Senden, Germany)
Mastered: Nautilus Studios (Dornbirn, Austria)
Label: self-released, limited to 250 hand-numbered copies
Producer: Toni Loitsch, Tim von Holst
Both songs written by Tim von Holst.
Tim von Holst - lead vocals, electric guitar, western guitar, bass guitar, piano, drums, banjo, song-writing, arrangement, co-production, artwork
Toni Loitsch - recording, production, mixing, mastering
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