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On his last effort, Jeremy Ferrara's mesmerizing fretwork and comforting chord choices often found the way to the front and center of the sound. The precision with which he plays every single note becomes captivating. His gentle voice lulls you into a liminal listening space, where his etudes do the work of examining life for you. On Darkness Is A Bright Sound, produced by Luke Temple (Adrianne Lenker, Hand Habits), we get the full band effort we've been craving from Ferrara. The resulting album benefits from Temple's near imperceptible, complimentary bass and synth, and blows in like the breeze. The disarming title track opens the album to find Ferrara at work, tenderly demonstrating that "nothing is truly defined," and if we - or the world - are ever able to be defined, it will be by many sides, many things, not one. With our focus shifted, our balance found, it's easy to follow Ferrara into Darkness Is A Bright Sound.
On his last effort, Jeremy Ferrara's mesmerizing fretwork and comforting chord choices often found the way to the front and center of the sound. The precision with which he plays every single note becomes captivating. His gentle voice lulls you into a liminal listening space, where his etudes do the work of examining life for you. On Darkness Is A Bright Sound, produced by Luke Temple (Adrianne Lenker, Hand Habits), we get the full band effort we've been craving from Ferrara. The resulting album benefits from Temple's near imperceptible, complimentary bass and synth, and blows in like the breeze. The disarming title track opens the album to find Ferrara at work, tenderly demonstrating that "nothing is truly defined," and if we - or the world - are ever able to be defined, it will be by many sides, many things, not one. With our focus shifted, our balance found, it's easy to follow Ferrara into Darkness Is A Bright Sound.
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Darkness Is A Bright Sound [Digipak]
Artist: Jeremy Ferrara
Format: CD
New: Available online or call for in-store availability $14.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Darkness Is a Bright Sound
2. Come and Go
3. Paint Me Blue
4. Different Way
5. Reason
6. Morning Light
7. Like the Fog, Like the Shore
8. Wild/Unknown/Free

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On his last effort, Jeremy Ferrara's mesmerizing fretwork and comforting chord choices often found the way to the front and center of the sound. The precision with which he plays every single note becomes captivating. His gentle voice lulls you into a liminal listening space, where his etudes do the work of examining life for you. On Darkness Is A Bright Sound, produced by Luke Temple (Adrianne Lenker, Hand Habits), we get the full band effort we've been craving from Ferrara. The resulting album benefits from Temple's near imperceptible, complimentary bass and synth, and blows in like the breeze. The disarming title track opens the album to find Ferrara at work, tenderly demonstrating that "nothing is truly defined," and if we - or the world - are ever able to be defined, it will be by many sides, many things, not one. With our focus shifted, our balance found, it's easy to follow Ferrara into Darkness Is A Bright Sound.
        
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