The US downtempo duo the brighter the day released their début EP, Allegories, on the 24th.
The minimalist electronica and brooding vocal hangs moodily in the room and minds the listener of climbing a claggy shadowed rockface at the cold damp dawn of a misty day and best enjoyed on a day of mellow thought to allow brain and music to conjoin in wistful recollection.
Brand new out of the blocks in Allegories, a four track EP available on bandcamp, the brighter the day have staked their ground as an outfit to keep abreast of with their dour presence. My selection from the EP being the second track Polaire, which pulls piano, electronica, trumpet and percussion out of the tool box to address the brooding moment, of which there are just under six and a quarter minutes.
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