Dave Farah | Too Dark to Fly

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Too Dark to Fly

by Dave Farah

This music hangs somewhere in the balance of acoustic folk and pop/dance songwriting, relying on poetry, rhythm, and emotion to makes sense of chaotic thought.
Genre: Pop: Pop/Rock
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1. Learning
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2. Werewolf
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3. Resolution
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4. Skyline
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5. Too Dark to Fly
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Dave is a twenty-three year old singer/songwriter from Northern Virginia. Buried beneath Jonathan Safran Foer novels and moleskin notebooks full of random thoughts, he found a space where words in patterns made sense to him. Eventually poetry turned into spoken word which turned into lyrics, and he started writing music. He graduated from the University of Miami, FL with a double major in Video Production and Creative Writing and has since been focusing on composing and performing all the time.

He's prone to idolization, addicted to his iTunes, and completely dependent on music as a way to tell the truth. Mat Kearney, Dave Matthews, John Mayer, Brendan James, Jason Mraz, Trevor Hall, Chris Ayer, Damien Rice and so on. Those are only few of the musicians who he tries to emulate. He hopes, though, somewhere in mix of all the artists he adores that he found his own voice and sound to discover.


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