Darker Than Blue

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After the Dahlia Black and Unknown Shapes collaborative projects, Blue Daisy returned to solo ventures last year with an industrial strength mix of underworld beats and bass on the ‘Psychotic Love’ EP via 37 Adventures, and since then he’s seemingly been locked in the studio making the ‘Darker Than Blue’ album which is out at the end of September through his new home R&S Records. Brutally honest and imbued with a punk attitude and aesthetic, the record is described as ‘an intense downward spiral of a journey fuelled by uncomfortable truths, sleepless nights, love, loss, religion, faith and doubt’ with the twelve tracks taking the London-based artists own experiences and distilling them ‘into a cinematic meditation on the clash between the forces of dark and light, yin and yang, good and evil’. The track ‘Alone’ explores the sobering reality that we are born and die alone, and that no one person’s experience is the same, as Blue Daisy continues ‘we’re out here alone, we are for a moment, not forever, but a limited time, so why find comfort in the form of what others see as comfortable? I find comfort in my solitude… only I can change my mind’. [via]

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