Dana Gavanski is a Canadian singer-songwriter and musician. One year after her Mike Lindsay (Tunng, LUMP) produced debut 7” single ‘One By One/Do You?’ and the track “Catch”, she announced the release of the debut album. Yesterday Is Gone is out on March 27th via Full Time Hobby. “Good Instead of Bad” is the first excerpt.

Speaking about the meaning of the song, Dana explains “it’s about reflecting on the end of a relationship and how quickly things change. The desire to make up for everything that wasn’t done or wasn’t done right. The muddiness of breaking up, and not knowing if it’s the right decision. Not saying the right things, not being able to express the complexity of what we’re feeling. Things change and that’s that – not being able to turn back and undo a bad move. It’s an attempt to see from the other’s perspective and understand how hard it is for them as well. Reflecting on the intractability of certain decisions.”