Yotam Ben Horin is mostly known as the singer/bass player and key writer in Israeli punk band Useless ID. In the past few years Yotam decided to drop everything and find a home on the road. Constantly traveling and experiencing life differently has lead him to be in constant motion and has driven his songwriting ability even further. In 2012 Yotam released his first solo effort Distant Lover through Hardline Entertainment and in 2015 California Sounds under the moniker Yotam. Now reverting back to his full birth name Yotam Ben Horin, Fat Wreck Chords is honored to be releasing a One Week Record with the production of the extremely talented and experienced Joey Cape.
"A One Week Record is ten songs that are recorded in seven days. The records are produced in my home studio. The artist is invited to my house to eat, drink, sleep, and record music for One Week. Given the limited schedule, there is no time to overproduce. The idea stems from my long-time love affair with demos, as I am often disappointed with the big production that follows. I don't want to hear what the studio sounds like. I want to hear what the artist sounds like. The goal here at One Week Records is to produce high quality recordings that are an honest representation of the artist's creativity." - Joey Cape