Welcome Home is Each Passing Day's debut album, officially released to the public on September 6th 2008. It was recorded in a studio in Loren's parent's garage in approximately two months. The songs are all written by Loren Radis except tracks 3, 6, and 10, which were written as a joint effort by Matt and Dan Schmitz.
The tracks on Welcome Home are mostly inspired by relationships, both the troubled times and the good days. Songs appearing on the album were written between December of 2006 and July of 2008.
Each Passing Day garnered some positive media attention with the release of Welcome Home, some of the quotes are included below.
"Listening to “Homesick,” a track off of Welcome Home 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. 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
"…a sound that resembles Iron and Wine, Damien Rice, and Death Cab for Cutie—explores relationships, both the bliss and the pain." - Shelly Cone, Santa Maria Sun
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