Times are a changin’: In the past a band might have popped open a bottle champagne when they sold a thousand of their CDs, or performed their 100th show, but now celebrations are different. To celebrate the acquiring of 10,000 Facebook “Likes”, alluringly mysterious artist Sun Glitters has released a brand new track. “Alone” is a strangely and subtly engrossing track that, once finished, entices you to play it again, so you might perhaps be able to comprehend what you just went through. Brain Batz of Danish outfit Sleep Party People also drops by to give the track some instrumentation. Download or stream below:
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