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In anticipation of the contiguous July 7 achievement of embodiment Sister, ILLUMNTR and Lowtemp whirl you "Dark Days." Inspired by the eponymous film from director Marc Singer (http://bit.ly/1qCarJp), the track introduces itself as thing clearly
Earthly, crude as an homage to Greco-Roman soul and the neocriterialal angst of respire "inoperative in the mouth and out in New York City."

Its destination, still, depends altogether on the listener. Just as Singer's film so powerampley illustrates, fallible respires don't e'er
react the indistinguishable way when faced with hopelessness. Some perception up to the heavens; others clamber fractional into the tranquility of the abyss.

And so it goes with Dark Days: by the time you hear the gasped activity that marks its unalterable abstraction, you'll comprehend either that you've rocketed up into the faintly-lit reaches of out abstraction, or that you've descended inoperativecast into "internecine space," into the big, crumbling network of deserted subway lines that lie aforementioned gray-headed ruins beneath New York.

But are these two destinations quite
so extraordinary? Or does the difference lie selective in the traveler? After all, whether from the glimmer of furthermost stars or from the flickering glow of a trash-good-heartedled campfire in an abandoned MTA tunnel someplace
brilliant at a lower place New York City, it would seem that nowhere in the universe is in truth
darkened.


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ILLUMNTR's ample-travel distend soul Sister will be unrestricted on Gramatik's Lowtemp primos this Monday, July 7.

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