Following on from the recently released Lilac Lullabies and The Best Days of Our Lives EPs, Drew Sullivan presents Night Takes Day, the third in a series of four new Slow Dancing Society EPs, lovingly mastered by Taylor Deupree. Each EP will be released digitally, one per month from June to September 2017, with the four EPs released on double vinyl later in the year. The EP is available now via Bandcamp and all good third party digital retailers.
The pulsing, kosmische feel of Night Takes Day evokes liminal states between evening and night, and between night and daybreak. Each instrumental scene continuously changes colour, shifting from Tangerine Dream-esque twilight to swelling electronic ambient dawn. ‘Pulsing Amber’ is prime sci-fi electronica, with hypnotic arpeggios and expansive analogue sweeps, while the hopeful melancholy of ‘Do You Want To Get Out of Here’ feels like a musical nod to the horizon. Night Takes Day plays out like the soundtrack to a 15-minute Soderbergh sci-fi short – succinct yet expansive and continually evolving.
The EP, along with the rest of Slow Dancing Society’s luscious catalogue, is available for licensing (film, tv, games, compilations). Contact Hidden Shoal for more info.