Vin Diesel continues music career with tropical second single ‘Days Are Gone’

"Something about 2020 led me to this tropical house, feel good-style of music"

Vin Diesel has shared his second single – listen to ‘Days Are Gone’ below.

The new song follows the unlikely launch of the actor’s musical career last month, when he shared debut single ‘Feel Like I Do’.

As with the debut single, the new song comes out on Palm Tree Records, the label co-founded by DJ Kygo.

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Speaking of the feel-good track in an interview with People, the actor said: “Something about 2020 led me to this tropical house, feel good-style of music.

“‘Feel Like I Do,’ at its core, is a positive message, and ‘Days Are Gone’ is a song that I think everybody can identify with in some way. It reminisces about life when it was a little bit more carefree than it is today.”

Listen to ‘Days Are Gone’ below.

In the same interview, Diesel spoke of how the late Paul Walker, his co-star in The Fast & The Furious, told him to pursue his music career.

“Bless my brother’s soul,” Diesel said. “I remember in London when I told Pablo that all these people were concerned that I was singing, he was the one who said, ‘Don’t ever stop singing, you know you have something special.’”

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Outside of his musical endeavours, Diesel kicked off the year with the release of his latest film, Bloodshot, where he played the titular role.

In a review of the filmNME labelled it “a very silly film that’s redeemed by knowing exactly how silly it is,” adding: “It’s hard to hate a film that includes a dick joke which takes 20 minutes to pay off. There’s an old writing joke that one should avoid clichés – avoid them like the plague. Bloodshot doesn’t need to avoid clichés for the same reason our titular hero doesn’t need to avoid bullets. He’s just built that way.”

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