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Palette is Night’s Bright Colors’ Album Out Now | Edgar Allan Poets

Good Day Noir Family,
our “Edgar Allan Poets’ Artists/Bands We Like” section is dedicated to Night’s Bright Colors and his new Album Palette. I found this Artist on Spotify and I liked his compositional style.

Palette is Night’s Bright Colors’ Album Out Now | Edgar Allan Poets

The music proposed by this artist is fascinating.

The compositional style is intriguing and mysterious and manages to speak directly to the heart of the listener.

This Artist’s voice hypnotizes you. The ethereal tone settles like a thin veil of snow on the grass.

Surely we are faced with a singer-songwriter with a great compositional experience behind him. The harmonic and melodic structure of these tunes is refined and well thought out.

The music of Night’s Bright Colors has influences from the past and in some moments it reminded me of Simon & Garfunkel and in others of Grant Lee Buffalo.

All the songs on ‘Palette’ are solid. I have found no fault with this musical product.  The album follows a coherent thread and you stay glued to the speakers from the first to the last song.

A fantastic find that I recommend to everyone.

Palette is Night’s Bright Colors’ Album Out Now!

Sweet and Nostalgic!

Palette is Night’s Bright Colors’ Album Out Now | Edgar Allan Poets

Night’s Bright Colors is the bedroom pop project of North Carolina-based musician Jason Smith. Active since 2003, NBC has independently released 8 albums and several EPs that combine elements of indie pop, electronic, folk, classical, ambient, and experimental music, focusing on an extensive concept that depict the passing of a single night in a mental institution.

The series, “Progression of Night,” starts with Love In The Asylum—the title taken from a poem of the same name by longtime melancholic and insomniac Dylan Thomas—and is followed by First Set Fire To The Stars, Late Night By Lamplight, and concludes with Late Bloomer. The quartet features traditional song structures alongside more somnambulant and experimental elements and a varied palette of instrumentation courtesy of the countless musical guests that have contributed throughout the series.

Originally modeled on classical symphony form, with themes and textures reprised and referenced and revisited throughout the four albums, the series is a vast exploration into the nature of redemption, the lyrics using wordplay and shifting perspectives to depict a fictitious protagonist’s struggles with memories, loss, dreams/hallucinations, and trauma. Full albums and more information at www.nightsbrightcolors.com

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