Some Days Are Darker
“The music of Some Days Are Darker is a very beautiful, elegiac creation. At times it feels as powerful as a thunderstorm and at other times it’s delicately growing, like a spider’s web.” —Adam Hawkes, Shimmer Demolition
Brooding in the bleakness of the Phoenix city twilight, Some Days Are Darker marries themes of gothic romance with the tension of noir cinema. Rendered in high-definition like razor sharp shadows against the heat of burning passions—the very existence of these songs offer meaning to the contrasting, all-consuming blackness.