Stealing The Sun is "philosopher pop", heavy with texture, rhythm, darkness and light. From the first notes of Silver Thread to the last chord of No Time, this album is a Promethean journey where the listener is encouraged to grasp the Sun itself and steal it from the gods.
Stealing The Sun is the album I've been wanting to make for the last ten years. Filled with a wide spectrum of synth textures, it's an exploration of epiphany and change viewed through the lens of modern electronic vocal pop.
Diverse elements like the mythos of H.P. Lovecraft, Native American traditions and Greek mythology combine into something strange, personally engaging, and hopefully "greater than the sum of its parts"