Peter Romulus

I started when I was six. I trudged through the pain and frustration of learning to play guitar. At a very young age I was playing the likes of Haight Street, The Avalon Ballroom, The Bridge School Concert and any street corner that could facilitate myself, my guitar and my guitar case. It is hard to remember it all because it was so long ago. I lived a majority of my musical life between the ages of six and twelve. As I entered my teams I lost interest, I chased other things, always with the music in the back of my mind, knowing I should never have stopped. At about 18 she found me again and I began to write. I had never done any serious writing before so this was a new world for me.

 

I was going through an 18 year old’s dilemmas in life; Love lost, love found, new friends, old friends; the whole nine yards. I stitched together my first original album but it never made it out into the world. I think I was scared of the production quality being judged, seeing as I do all my recording in home studios. I was worried people wouldn’t take it seriously because of that. Now I could care less, I feel that it gives it more character when it isn’t perfectly produced and has some imperfection to it. After all isn’t it the grit, the soul, the emotion that we seek from the music? The kind of message that gives us goose bumps? At least for me it is that way.

 

More recently I moved to Denmark to take an education in international business. Being away from home for the first time allowed me to write a whole new level of music. I would call it presentable, not perfect but presentable. It tells a story of the past few years of my life. It’s not guaranteed to get you down but some of it probably will, but give it a listen and judge for yourself. If you don’t like it, you don’t like it. If you like it, enjoy it, show your family and friends, download it, it’s free. Throw it into your shuffle playlist on your ipod. I am only here to share my music with the world and hope that you can feel some of the emotions I poured into the music and interpret the messages in your own way. I put my heart and soul into my music and I want to share it with you.

 

Sincerely,

Peter Romulus