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To ensure he did not alienate his fans of his debut album, Day released an EP of acoustic songs, Soup Sessions: Acoustic, in November 2010 which contained newly recorded acoustic versions of half the songs on the album.The Official Charts Company lauded Day's success, stating " 'Forever Yours' is certainly one of the most successful self-released tracks we have ever seen, the Official Charts are based on sales, and sales alone, so Alex's achievements this week are a genuine reflection of the passion of his army of fans, and of course, the power of social media." On 1 April 2012, Day released his second single, "Lady Godiva", a cover of the 1966 Peter and Gordon song.He later announced that this song would not be part of his fourth album, but instead a cover album he would release at a later date.On , Day released a new single available to download on his website, entitled 'Keep Me Up'.Speed dating southampton over MEASUREGLOVES CF Congratulations to Cita Lloyd for tying the knot in New York after meeting at our Southampton event on the October We wish you all the happiness in your .best EL TITANIC images on Pinterest Titanic history Travel Linked In The outfit you need at the weekend and the LOL moments you need when you re down Get your Fix of the latest fashion life beauty and news .On 3 October, Day announced he would release the album a day early for all of those who signed on for the newsletter.He also announced that rather than a physical CD edition, Nowhere Left To Hide would be released as a physical USB with the album on.
So I didn’t want to do it his way and he didn’t want to do it my way so we never had the conversation'.
He attended university but never received his degree, instead treating his independent music and video blogging as a full-time profession.
He worked in the Regent Street Apple Store during 2009. This led to a previous friend and coworker Charlie Mc Donnell stating "I just don't feel able to call Alex a friend of mine any more." Allegedly, Day attempted to reach out to Mc Donnell but his attempts fell through as he 'wanted to have a conversation with him over the phone or preferably face-to-face and he didn’t want to do that because he felt it would be upsetting.
The single was Day's first to get a physical release in UK record stores following a one-single distribution arrangement with HMV and other stores.
Day has received millions of plays for his music by releasing music videos on You Tube, with his most popular being the 2011 single "Forever Yours", whose music video reached 1.5 million views in its first week of release. In order to promote the single, Day held a one-day tour entitled Stupidfest, which was free for entry.