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Sunless ’97…


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“Both songs are about dawn, about the two opposite spectrums of a relationship with that time of day. The ‘never lonely’ lyric in ‘Aurora I’ is key to the feeling of that song. The euphoric vibes of walking home after a night of dancing, feeling content, at peace and not ‘lonely’ even though you are walking home alone.

‘Aurora II’ is the darker side of being up all night again and again and not being in such a good place. Being sick of the moonlight.”

So explain three-piece Sunless ’97 about the emotions behind their new release. They return to the Not Even label following last years ‘Body Weather/Azul’ split.

Both tracks originated as jams on drum machines before the band built them up layer by layer, creating abstracted pop songs in true sunless style.

Remixes come from UK house newcomer F.E.A.R. a well as the founder of Classic Records and UK house hero Luke Solomon. The EP drops on 25th March.

Sunless ’97 – Aurora II

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