Dying Seed | Somebody That I Used to Know

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Somebody That I Used to Know

by Dying Seed

Gotye's "Somebody That I Use To Know" as covered by Dying Seed
Genre: Rock: Acoustic
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Dying Seed has been creating original music for many years and has an impressive catalog of music in a wide variety of genres. He also has been known to cover a few songs over the years and this is one of them. Dying Seed is a one man band machine created by frontman David Lipari Jr. ."My ultimate goal with my music is to continue growing, and never stop
as an artist. Also to inspire others to freely express themselves as they wish without the worry of judgment or rules. Art should be raw and free. Pure and true. And I always want my music to represent that." David is a songwriter, composer, and producer. Aside from singing, he also uses guitar, bass, and keyboards in his music, all of which he taught himself and plays by ear. He now has 15+ years of experience and enjoys all genres of music, including jazz, rock, blues, industrial, R&B, and much more. He tends to include elements from all of these genres in his work.


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