Late Met Dawn are an enigma, it is better to perceive them as one. With their debut track, they converse with their listeners, through their guitar and vocals. Enchanting music will take you elsewhere. Let much more not be known about these talented musicians. This is their debut release, Bunny.
A long instrumental intro is something I adore. It allows for the scene to be set, and those who are distracted, to really reel in. With Bunny, Late Met Dawn create a mesmerizing instrumental part with riveting guitar phrasing. The tone is a masterclass in balance, resonating with each note, ringing out with feeling. It allows you to study the improbable aspects of really breathing in the fretboard, as an extension of your limbs. After more than 2 minutes of just guitar work, a raspy voice enters. It is a picture-perfect expression of a mystery. Raw, probably recorded in a single take-this is a flow of thought as much as it is a written ode to a memory. Using the lower register of vocals, Late Met Dawn create a tension between the protagonist with just the space between the lyrics-and that is where masterful songwriting lies.
This would fit beautifully in the Steve McQueen directed movie, Shame (2011). From the complexities to the overwhelming emotions-there are many parallels in the slow storytelling and snippets between frames. This is just their debut, this duo has a lot of music coming in which we’re ecstatic to hear. Listen to the single and follow them for more enthralling music!