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Each Passing Day was a band fronted by Loren Radis in the year 2008. In the far-flung future of 2011 (what you refer to as "current day"), Loren Radis continues to make music under his own name. Check out his music at lorenradis.com if you're interested in hearing the rest of the story!

Each Passing Day was formed while its members were still in high school, though only recently have they begun playing out and focusing on music as something more than a hobby. The California based trio plays a refreshing blend of folk and rock, something like a cross between Iron & Wine and Death Cab for Cutie.

Loren Radis is the Singer, Songwriter and Guitarist, while brothers Matt and Dan Schmitz add Drums and Bass guitar respectively. The three have been friends since Jr. High and playing music together almost as long. Loren's been the primary writer since the start, but only in November of 2006, when his girlfriend of five years left him, did he begin to write in earnest.

"My songs originally came out of a need to express how I felt, and music was the only way I could do that. They helped me through a really tough time, and if they can do that for someone else in some small way, then I'm happy" - loren

Inspiration for their debut album, "Welcome Home", comes almost exclusively from romantic sources. Whether it's sappy love songs like "Homesick" and "Butterflies" or the sorrowful kiss-off of "The Show", it's evident that Loren pours his heart into every track.

"Listening to “Homesick,” a track off of Welcome Home, the soon-to-be-released CD by Each Passing Day, it’s easy to hear why the track won top honors at the West Coast Songwriters Competition Grand Finals in Berkeley a few weeks ago. Penned by Each Passing Day’s chief songwriter and SLO County native Loren Radis, the tender ballad paints a soul-drenched narrative whose power is hard to deny. It’s the second award-winning track by this young composer." - Glen Starkey, New Times SLO
full article available here (http://www.newtimes-slo.com/music/917/theres-no-place-like-home/)

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