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Douglas Dare – Three Roads

Douglas Dare – Three Roads

Douglas Dare has ventured into new sonic territories with his latest single “Three Roads,” a track that marks a significant departure from his earlier, more acoustic work. This avant-garde record, rich with pulsing synth pads and rhythmic drum machines, taps into the realms of electro, breaks, and experimental music, offering a taste of escapism while exploring the complexities of self-identity. “Three Roads” serves as the first glimpse into Dare’s upcoming album “Omni,” set to release on May 10th via Erased Tapes.

The song was inspired by Dare’s reflective walks through the deserted streets of London during the pandemic, where the empty office towers and the presence of other solitary figures evoked a feeling akin to a character in a video game without a mission. This feeling of aimlessness mixed with a sense of shared human endeavor infuses the track with a deep, introspective quality.

“Omni” promises to be a celebration of nightlife, queerness, and the art of storytelling, with “Three Roads” encapsulating the early experiences that have shaped the album. As Dare prepares for his album launch with a headline show at London’s Corsica Studios and a forthcoming tour through cities like Berlin, Paris, and Copenhagen, “Three Roads” sets the stage for what is poised to be a transformative period in his career. This track not only reflects a new musical direction but also showcases Dare’s growth as an artist willing to push boundaries and explore new thematic depths.

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