On "My Longest Way Home" ANY GIVEN DAY develop their very own and direct language with the mix of driving metal riffs, melodic hardcore as well as atmospheric djent parts. Singer Dennis Diehl combines forceful shouts and clean singing . Without political motifs, the band focuses on everyday life and turns the possibly small topics into big ones: "Here, definitely the general anger that develops in the progress of life belongs to it. This can be triggered by the most different things. Stress with family to friends, that turn into enemies, an argument with the boss or unlucky in love. Just the normal things, that everyone of us already has experienced."