“Stereo” is taken from Dawn to Dawn‘s debut album, Postcards From The Sun To The Moon, out October 6 on SSURROUNDSS.
Melancholia and euphoria are usually two antagonistic moods but nothing is more haunting than when they melt into each other. This is the direction taken by Dawn to Dawn (Adam Ohr, Patrick Lee & Tess Roby) on their ethereal yet pulsating new single, “Stereo,” which sits halfway between lo-fi electronic à la Kedr Livanskiy and dreamy Montreal pop. Evoking the rawness of brutalist architecture, the carefree nature of a rave at sunrise, or again the hedonism of a nocturnal trip with your besties, the celestial offering captures, in their own words, “the sound of summer: sweltering nights, afterparties and playful romance.”
Alongside “Stereo,” the Montreal trio have now officially announced their debut album, Postcards From The Sun To The Moon, which was mixed by Patrick Holland and Pierre Guerineau. It features the previously released singles “Meridian,” “Care,” and “A Colour Named By You” and will be released via Tess Roby’s newly launched label, SSURROUNDSS.
Watch the accompanying visuals, directed by Roby, and pre-order the album via Bandcamp below.