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Three Days Dark Somewhere a Band Plays (Oct. 30, 2017)

Three Days Dark — Somewhere a Band Plays (Oct. 30, 2017)   Three Days Dark — Somewhere a Band Plays (Oct. 30, 2017)Three Days Dark — Somewhere a Band Plays (Oct. 30, 2017)Γ•↑     Sticky, detailed, psych inspired progressive rock/pop from the UK. The third album from English singer/songwriter and multi~instrumentalist Trent Halliday under recording alias Three Days Dark.
Γ•↑     Includes bonus download of animated video for ‘Brighter Coloured’.    
Location: Essex, England, UK
Genre: Psychedelic, Progressive Rock
Album release: Oct. 30, 2017
Record Label: Trent Halliday
01. Brighter Coloured     3:41 
02. How’s It Gonna Happen     4:51 
03. Breaking the Day     3:48 
04. Our Love     3:40 
05. So Much To Remember     3:30 
06. Night Garden     2:34 
07. Lemon Air     4:31 
08. Places Lost To Themselves     4:48 
09. The Slow Flow     4:06 
10. Kettle     3:26 
11. Root and Rule     6:32
℗© 2017 Trent Halliday
•     Written, performed and produced by Trent Halliday.
•     Trumpet on ‘Breaking the Day’ and ‘Places Lost to Themselves’ by Gilbert Greenwood.
Album Notes
Γ•↑     Three Days Dark is the ongoing studio project of English songwriter and multi~instrumentalist Trent Halliday. In the mode of forward looking experimental art~rock and psych from the late 60’s and 70’s. It blends lyrical songwriting with hot, sticky grooves and detailed cinematic arrangements to create a heady experience of sound and space. The result is a genre~hopping and diverse mix that evokes broad comparison, yet retains a singular voice and vision.
Γ•↑     Inspired by the sounds of the 60’s and early 70’s, Essex~based singer~songwriter Trent Halliday, aka Three Days Dark, brings alive the sounds of jazz, psych and art~rock in his music. Having studied a degree in ethnomusicology, Trent is not only influenced by a vast array of different cultural styles, but is also inspired by the music David Bowie, Lou Reed, Can, John Coltrane, Herbie Hancock and early Pink Floyd.
Γ•↑     Departing from the garage~rock band DeepSeaGreen several years ago, Three Days Dark is now a solo project with new album, Somewhere a Band Plays due for release later this month! Second single Breaking The Day takes on more of a prog~rock feel compared to the album’s first single and opens gently before rolling drums and crisp cymbals drive the track through undulating and alternating tempos, whilst the funky instrumental mid~section is an upbeat fusion of melodic guitars, jazz trumpet and free~flowing vocals.
Γ•↑     Three days Dark is the studio project of the Essex~based singer~songwriter and multi~instrumentalist, Trent Halliday.  Departing from the garage~rock band DeepSeaGreen several years ago, Three Days Dark now works as a solo artist.
Γ•↑     Inspired by the sounds of 60’s and early 70’s art~rock, Trent Halliday delves into these experimental psych~tinged realms when he writes, incorporating these key elements into his creations, describing his cinematic arrangements as a ‘heady, theatrical experience of sound and space’. Having studied a degree in ethnomusicology, Halliday is inspired by a vast and cultural musical spectrum, citing influences such as, David Bowie, Brian Eno, Lou Reed, Can, Ashra, John Coltrane, Herbie Hancock, early Pink Floyd and Brian Wilson to name a few!
Γ•↑     This October Three Dark Days is to release Somewhere A Band Plays, a new album which will be his first full~length record since 2015’s Turning Circles and last years Moon Thing EP (for this he recorded under his own name and, from what I’ve heard so far, is a more folksy affair!).
Γ•↑     Released today and taken from his upcoming third album is first single, Brighter Coloured which, driven by a menacing bass line and fluttering snare, is anything but bright, but I say this in a good way!  This is what I’d imagine The Coral would sound like on a dark day with its melodic psych~rock riffs cascading down over the tuneful twang of layered guitar and echoing Doorsy vocals.  This song has got a definite swagger about it and although it drifts off in places, the tight bass line snaps it back on track each time.  I like the scope and possibility of Trent Halliday’s music and the fact that he has the creative versatility to explore pretty much any genre he likes given the desire to do so.    Γ•↑     https://thelisteningpostblog.wordpress.com/
Bandcamp: https://threedaysdark.bandcamp.com/album/somewhere-a-band-plays
Twitter: https://twitter.com/ThreeDaysDark
Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/threedaysdark/brighter-coloured
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/threedaysdark
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Three Days Dark Somewhere a Band Plays (Oct. 30, 2017)