Album

We All Get Older Released!

Kyle Richtig’s new compilation We All Get Older is now available on all major streaming services.

Cover of the album We All Get Older by Kyle Richtig.

We All Get Older represents the combined experiences of living in four different cities across Canada. These songs, however, are not about living in those cities – but the universality of the human experience that is not tied to any specific location. For myself specifically, I have had the unmistakable experience of reliving some of these songs in multiple locations.

This release marks the first time that the vocal versions of these songs are available to stream. As an independent artist, it can be harder to get your music out there. The instrumental versions were the easiest to promote while I was learning how to record vocals. That’s a journey that continues…

The actual tracklist of the album varies from the order of the life lessons I received. The tracklist I created for the album was meant to leave my story sort of out of it (if that’s even possible), to try and let the songs stand on their own. For a more accurate portrayal of the songs in the context of my life, I have provided the life tracklist below if you’d like to take the journey with me.

Album Tracklist: Life Tracklist:

  1. Prison
  2. Daisies & Roses
  3. Stallion
  4. Whispered Truths
  5. Transition
  6. Motorcycle
  7. Runaway
  8. Unpack
  9. Breaker
  10. Decolonize
  11. App
  1. Daisies & Roses
  2. Motorcycle
  3. Stallion
  4. Whispered Truths
  5. Unpack
  6. Breaker
  7. Prison
  8. App
  9. Decolonize
  10. Runaway
  11. Transition

I hope you enjoy the trip down memory lane.

@kylerichtig

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