Mar 2 2010

Single 1: Last Dream I Remember

As promised, this is the first single from our new album “The Other Side” that you can download for free. This song has been previously released but has been newly mixed and remastered. If you have the previous version of the song dump that sucker and download this one. It will actually make your computer run faster. It’s true.
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Listen to Last Dream I Remember

Download the song for free here. Download the stems for remixing here. Download the music video here.

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Last Dream I Remember

Last dream I remember I am flying over everything
Looking down I can see all the street lights flicker like old stars
I continue rising past the tops of the trees to the sky
I can not stop myself
There is nothing left to hold on to

I don’t know all Your plans
But I will try to understand
Even when I disagree
They are always better than mine would be

Last dream I remember I am walking through walls and ceilings
All I know is that I have to get back inside myself
Two feet above the ground I gently float to the bedroom
I lay onto my sleeping body
My eyes are opened

When I’m inside
That’s the moment I can’t hide
In the place where I’ll see
All that’s left, all of me
I must breakdown selfish “sacred” ground
All my secret walls inside
Reach inside of me

Help me
Help me
Help me
Help please

And if you haven’t seen this is the music video for the song, redone with the remastered audio:

Download the video here

Creative Commons License
Last Dream I Remember by Wayside Drive is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial 3.0 United States License.

(c) 2010 Jeremy and Natalie Osborn
Produced by Jeremy Osborn
Mastered by Allen Corneau at ES Mastering

Download the song for free here
Download the stems for remixing
Download the music video here

Jeremy Osborn: Vox, Synths, Programming
Natalie Osborn: Cello
Kevin Robinson: Drums
Spinmeister: Synths
John Amelang: Bass

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Jun 10 2009

Last Dream I Remember Music Video


Tadaaaaa… hooplah… hooplah… much ado about videos… we are proud to announce the latest Wayside Drive music video! It’s a visual piece by Jeremy Osborn for our song “Last Dream I Remember”. We hope you enjoy it. As always you can download that song and our others on our Music page and you can download this music video here!

I want to thank, specifically the Prelinger Archives, the Glasco Family for your wonderful family videos, and I suppose Thomas Edison even though he’s the prick that screwed Nikola Tesla.

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Jan 15 2008

New video for “Automatic” is up!


When you have no budget, when you have no equipment, when you have no scruples, do it yourself!!! We wanted a video for our opening track “Automatic” for a while now. Our last video for the title track “The Red Room” was awesome. Our good friend Adam Gilleland from the band Fake Believe did that. We knew we wouldn’t have access to any professional equipment with this one, so we took the approach we have had with most of our endeavors. Work with what you have! And what do we have? Thanks to the most awsomest present from my Brother-In-Law Mark and my sister Jennifer, I have a beautiful MacBook Pro. And it’s a wonderful thing, let me tell you. This is my first Mac and I’m definitely seeing what all the hubbub has been about. And yes, I’m going to put the Apple sticker on my car. I’m an addict now. My life has been changed forever. I’m going to be one of “those” people.

The computer comes with a really nice built-in camera right above the screen. It also comes with a great program called iMovie. For freebee software that program rocks. Of course almost every program that came stock with the computer rocks. That’s one of the many reasons why Mac is so awesome. Ok, I digress. So iMovie has ability to edit videos, even to the smallest of increments, and it can add text and audio. I tried a few test runs to see if it would be sufficient for our needs and it was perfect.

So now we had to come up with the idea for the video. One of the most fundamental tools that a DIY’er has is when you have limited equipment; make it look like you chose the tools you’re using on purpose. Perfect example, the movie “Clerks”. Kevin Smith was an independent filmmaker with no money and wanted to make a simple film that takes place in a convenience store. So he got some credit cards and purchased a black and white security camera. What a brilliant idea! What better way to film a low-budget indie flick about a convenience store than to film it with a security camera! And it’s in black and white so you can say it’s “artsie”. Now he’s making major films for lots of money. It’s the American dream people!

Since we were in the same situation (but don’t have any room on our credit cards) I decided to make the video look like we filmed it on a webcam… on purpose. Not quite as brilliant as the previous example, but pretty clever I think. We decided to start the video out filmed entirely in the same room with each of us in the band cutting in and out while singing the song. You may notice that the walls are red. Yes, it is the very same room we filmed “The Red Room” in (MTV take note for future pop-up videos). After the first chorus we then took the actual laptop out and about and filmed us singing in various locations around Houston. Since this was obviously not going to be a dramatic affair we kept everything pretty light hearted and had fun with it.

It was filmed over 2 Sunday’s and then edited by me on iMovie. Overall it was incredibly easy to do. I’m expecting the call from Spielberg soon…
You can view it on our myspace page or directly at YouTube here.

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