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Days in the Dark

by Days in the Dark

A little dark, a little trippy, a little haunting.
Genre: Electronic: Trip Hop
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1. Bound
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4:22 album only
2. Moving Closer
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5:04 album only
3. Your Game
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4:57 album only
4. Heat and the Darkness
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4:40 album only
5. In a Dream
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5:36 album only
6. Eternity
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7. Road's Not Long
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4:50 album only
8. Pretty Girl
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9. The Attic
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10. That Time
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Album Notes
Originating from a few old demos written several years ago, long time friends and production partners Ken Dziok and Giles Christenson teamed up with vocalist Kerissa Leigh to form the one of a kind amalgam that is Days in the Dark.

Both being dedicated enthusiasts of unique sound design and production styling, Giles and Ken have forged together a truly distinct sound that is always offering the listener something interesting. When combined with the dynamically haunting vocals of Kerissa Leigh, it is impossible to ignore the groups overall dynamic and individual spirit that was captured in each of the 10 songs.


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