DayxDay (partially lost web documentary series; 2014-2016)

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The series' logo featured at the end of each video.

Status: Partially Lost

Zella Day is an American singer/songwriter who gained popularity with her debut studio album Kicker in 2015.[1]

Between November 7th, 2014 to February 10th, 2016, she was the subject of an online documentary series titled DayxDay created and directed by Giannenio Salucci and published on Zella Day's official YouTube channel.

Premise[edit | edit source]

Each video is a collection of clips of the artist in her everyday life of being a musician. Each episode features a song sometimes in line with Day's current releases, a cover, or an unknown song.

Episodes[edit | edit source]

There are 10 known episodes with only 8 of them still viewable online. Each episode is about a minute long.

Journal Entries 6 and 8 were considered to be lost since they are not featured on Day's YouTube channel.

On December 13th, 2020, the Vimeo page of the director Giannenio Salucci was found to have a tenth episode which was not on Day's official YouTube Channel.

On January 26th, 2021, a YouTube account by the name of 'MUAHAHAHAHA' was found to have Entries 6 and 8. Entry 6 is considered partially found due to its picture quality being inconsistent with the other known entries.

# Episode Title Air Date Status
1 Journal Entry 1: Echo Nov 7th, 2014 Found
2 Journal Entry 2: Crystal Cove Nov 24th, 2014 Found
3 Journal Entry 3: Love Minus Zero Dec 16th, 2014 Found
4 Journal Entry 4: Moon Face Jan 15th, 2015 Found
5 Journal Entry 5: Behind the Scenes Feb 20th, 2015 Found
6 Journal Entry 6: The Next Ten Years Date Unknown Partially Found
7 Journal Entry 7: Collision of Oceans Jul 20th, 2015 Found
8 Journal Entry 8: Unknown Title Date Unknown Found
9 Journal Entry 9: Coney Island Feb 10th, 2016 Found
10 Journal Entry 10: Red Rocks Date Unknown Found

Playlist[edit | edit source]

The remaining videos are compiled into a playlist on Zella Day's official YouTube channel. The playlist has 9 videos, however, one of them is a separate interview. Another video is marked private and placed between Journal Entries 4 and 5.

The playlist is located at the bottom of an archived version of Day's YouTube Channel from November 2016. Of the four videos presented in the capture, the last one is noteworthy as it doesn't appear in the current playlist. It is placed after Journal Entry 5 and appears to be a video from Free People titled "Free People Presents: Zella Day".[2]

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