Songs from the Last Day on Earth

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Songs from the Last Day on Earth
David usher songs from the last day on earth.jpg
Studio album by
ReleasedOctober 2, 2012
GenrePop, rock
LabelMapleMusic Recordings MRCD 6546
David Usher chronology
The Mile End Sessions
Songs from the Last Day on Earth
Let It Play

Songs from the Last Day on Earth is the eighth studio album by Canadian solo artist David Usher. It was released on October 2, 2012 via MapleMusic Recordings label.[1][2][3][4]

Track listing[edit]

1."See the Stars"Guillaume Doiron / Jonathan Gallivan / David Usher4:02
2."Rice Paper"Guillaume Doiron / Jonathan Gallivan / David Usher4:17
3."Winterstorm"Guillaume Doiron / Jonathan Gallivan / David Usher3:51
4."City of Light"Guillaume Doiron / Jonathan Gallivan / David Usher5:17
5."Lonely People"Guillaume Doiron / Jonathan Gallivan / David Usher4:10
6."Operator"Jonathan Gallivan / David Usher4:29
7."Stay"Jonathan Gallivan / David Usher2:56
8."Bitter Pill"Jonathan Gallivan / David Usher3:39
9."Burning Bridges"Jonathan Gallivan / David Usher3:24
10."All These Simple Things"Guillaume Doiron / Jonathan Gallivan / David Usher4:04
11."Partir Ailleurs"Guillaume Doiron / Jonathan Gallivan / Gaële / David Usher4:18
12."Repondez-Moi"Marie-Mai Bouchard / Jonathan Gallivan / Fred St-Gelais / David Usher4:36
Total length:49:03


On his eighth solo album Songs From The Last Day On Earth David Usher explores the stirring emotions that give rise from examining the many ways that a life can be distilled down to a precious few collected moments. "This is really my first album with a central theme. It’s premised on a group of friends sharing their last day together and some thoughts on what, in the final reckoning, might stand out as the things that have stayed with them over a lifetime," explains Usher, giving a tacit nod to the inspiration for the album’s title. Songs From The Last Day On Earth reunites Usher with longtime collaborator and co-producer Jonathan Gallivan who was at the helm of his last record, The Mile End Sessions which included David’s first #1 french radio hit with "Je repars" (2011).

CBC Music[5]


  1. ^ "David Usher – Songs From The Last Day On Earth". Retrieved 2015-08-12.
  2. ^ "David Usher: "Songs From the Last Day On Earth" (album review)". September 27, 2012. Retrieved 2015-08-12.
  3. ^ "David Usher's "Songs from the Last Day on Earth" Album Review". October 10, 2012. Retrieved 2015-08-12.
  4. ^ "David Usher – Songs From The Last Day On Earth". Retrieved 2015-08-12.
  5. ^ "David Usher – BIOGRAPHICAL INFO". Retrieved 2015-08-13.

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