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To ensure he did not alienate his fans of his debut album, Day released an EP of acoustic songs, Soup Sessions: Acoustic, in November 2010 which contained newly recorded acoustic versions of half the songs on the album.The Official Charts Company lauded Day's success, stating " 'Forever Yours' is certainly one of the most successful self-released tracks we have ever seen, the Official Charts are based on sales, and sales alone, so Alex's achievements this week are a genuine reflection of the passion of his army of fans, and of course, the power of social media." On 1 April 2012, Day released his second single, "Lady Godiva", a cover of the 1966 Peter and Gordon song.Day also mentioned that he planned on creating and uploading more videos talking about the situation.On 10 January 2015, Day uploaded his new single, "Scared Like Me", to You Tube and thus announced his musical return.Alex Richard George Day was born in Hornchurch in the London Borough of Havering.Day grew up in Hornchurch, where he started his You Tube channel, nerimon, in 2006.
He worked in the Regent Street Apple Store during 2009. This led to a previous friend and coworker Charlie Mc Donnell stating "I just don't feel able to call Alex a friend of mine any more." Allegedly, Day attempted to reach out to Mc Donnell but his attempts fell through as he 'wanted to have a conversation with him over the phone or preferably face-to-face and he didn’t want to do that because he felt it would be upsetting.
The completed single, entitled "I've Got Nothing", was sung by vocalists Miranda Chartrand and Adam Nichols, and was released worldwide through the i Tunes Store on 9 November 2009.
It was reviewed with varying degrees of approval by various media outlets, including The Times, Day unlisted a video about cosplaying entitled "Big Girls in Costumes" after criticism that he was belittling obese women who took part in the activity.
Amongst these, Day's You Tube channel also contains travel vlogs, music videos and satirical rants. Day stated that he was discontinuing his 'nerimon' channel in May 2015 after releasing what he stated was his final video on that platform, in order to set up a new channel entitled 'The Daily Day'.
In June 2014, he had reached over a million subscribers and his videos had been watched over 100 million times. However, Day has since continued to upload video to his 'nerimon' channel including advertisements for his products, and his latest music tracks.