Sound it Out # 48: Lightning Dust - “Diamond” (MP3)
This song gives me an ache. A good kind of ache. I get a delicious tightening in my chest that can only be (temporarily) relieved by hitting PLAY again.
Josh Wells and Amber Webber are Lightning Dust. They’re from Vancouver, BC and create wonderfully intimate music. They also play in a fantastic rock-your-face-off band called Black Mountain that couldn’t be more unlike this project.
Grab a free download of “Diamond” below for 48 hours...starting now! Their new album Fantasy is out on June 25.
music genre: video game pic.twitter.com/XL3iNHriBB— Seth Everman (@SethEverman) October 27, 2016 Seth Everman distills a certain video game musical score down to 80 seconds of sheer brilliance. Somewhere in the space between Link To the Past and Secret of Mana, the perfect Nintendo role-playing game. Previously: It is with great regret…
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