Dawn of dusk
With the release of the By Virtue of Existence EP, Dawn of Dusk takes a new approach to blending genres to create something all its own. Laced with character, an edgy and colorful undertone, and plenty of hooks, the record boasts the aesthetic of acoustic-rock anthems.
The first single and title track "Hold On Move On" grabs you with powerful vocals and a cinematic groove that all becomes infectious.
"The song to me, is a total breakdown in communication. The more you HOLD ON, the further you sink, irreparable!
you're best to cut your losses and MOVE ON completely!" explains the songwriter Petar Zabic of his single.
Although the single speaks volumes for the artist, to get a full understanding of where Dawn of Dusk is really coming from, there is plenty more to be heard.
“I’m an unsigned independent artist, I’m still learning and going through the grind. Everything now is determined on streams and likes which is really discouraging at times, digital presence is quite imperative apparently, I’m learning not to be left behind. The last couple of years everyone’s been adjusting to a brave new kind of existence, so the impetus of writing this record came from what everyone was feeling, a mixed bag of anger, frustration, vulnerability, confusion, and hope! I’ve been rebranding as a solo artist, so this is the product of that transition” says the artist of creating his sound.
Dawn of Dusk is the brainchild of songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Petar Zabic who began his musical journey falling in love with bands like Pearl Jam, Alice in Chains, Chris Cornell, and other alt-rock sounds of the time.
From there he took matters into his own hands as he learned guitar and songwriting.
Releasing several singles, EP's, and even albums, Zabic focused on creating expressive songs that came from real places.
The By Virtue of Existence EP is a testament to where he is at with his sound right now.
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