From The Artist : “Wasted Time” is the final song on my debut album, Signals Internalized. What began as an experimental melody, influenced by traditional Arabian music, grew into a full-fledged journey that essentially combines three songs into one. I wrote the song about one of my biggest vices: procrastination; how a lot of time can pass, but I’ve done next to nothing in that amount of time.
Andrew Feyer, known by most as just Feyer, is a singer-songwriter, composer, producer, and multi-instrumentalist with diverse musical experience spanning many genres and styles. Feyer constructs his unique sound by combining personal yet theatrical lyrics with a classically influenced melodic and instrumental style, coupled with electronic-rock production. Born in New York City and raised in the surrounding suburbs, Feyer took up various instruments from a young age.
After attending Bard College for music production and composition, relocating back to NYC, and showing the world his debut full-length Signals Internalized in 2017, Feyer is wrapping up this cycle with a brand-new music video for “Wasted Time”. His music videos have been described as energetic, exciting, thought-provoking and risk-taking, and “Wasted Time” is no exception.
From the moment you press play, “Wasted Time” can leave you hypnotized by the stunning visuals of a clock’s inner workings. Feyer’s image fades in slowly, allowing you to not only take in the introduction, but also prepare yourself for the hard-hitting verse. His first words are “sometimes I wonder where the time has gone, it seems like every day is passing on”, and he sings them with a straight expression. The lyrics are quite relatable for anyone who feels like time is escaping them.
“Wasted Time” is the final song on my debut album, Signals Internalized,” explains Feyer. “What began as an experimental melody, influenced by traditional Arabian music, grew into a full-fledged journey that essentially combines three songs into one. I wrote the song about one of my biggest vices: procrastination; how a lot of time can pass, but I’ve done next to nothing in that amount of time.”
Feyer found his perfect match by joining forces with Ben Greenfield of Andromeda Digital Inc. as director and producer. They both knew that symbolism would play the lead role, and it is shown in various ways.
“There are different implementations of symbolism representing the passage of time in the video. Some are more literal such as the clocks floating and spinning, others such as the trippy colorful hands dancing around are a representation of the many different people you will meet over the course of your life, how some people will stay and some will go.” Says Greenfield.
Live in Limbo is very excited to present the final chapter of Signals Internalized. Get ready to dive into the world of “Wasted Time” by Feyer.