In June, theAmerican Idol sixth-season runner-up had been dropped by Arista Records -- the Song BMG-owned RCA Music Group record label that released his "Audio Day Dream" debut album late last year.
Despite the lack of a record label, Lewis still spent two weeks in October touring the east coast with his band.
"I love being on tour," wrote Lewis. "We had our work cut out. No days off, Not many showers were had. This is where its at. Life on the road. Touring with my brothers... It was great to see all the fans and hang out after each show. Thanks to everyone who came out to see us on tour."
In addition, Lewis is currently working on a side project with drummer Kevin Sawka.
Dubbed Orchestral Drive-By, Lewis described the "duo production project" as " a cross between the moodiness of Massive Attack, The funky Glitch of edIT and the songwriting and format of Zero 7."
"I cant wait for you guys to hear what we're coming up with in the studio," wrote Lewis. "Music will be up with in the next month."
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