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A new album release from Danny Silvertone

A brand-new album release from Danny Silvertone delivers a lush and vast tonality and soundscape that at times, leans on a sort of cinematic backbone and combines a refreshing pop atmosphere with an R&B undertone and the combination of those two things is really what makes this record so special.

The Nocturnal album is brimming with character and persona, and this is one of the main things you end up attaching yourself to throughout the record.

The songs are ambient and expansive at times which brings us back to that vest and cinematic feel but it's the vocals that reach out and grab you.

The production on this record is outstanding and has a fresh hip hop liveliness in its veins along with these synth pads and outstretched notes that float through the ethers of some of these tracks and this is what builds the sound and the experience that you get when listening to the record.

When I mentioned this artist and this record having character what I mean is that a lot of these songs breed a very unique honesty to them and if you listen to the lyrics, you can see that he's giving pieces of himself with some of these songs which is something that you don't get often so when it comes along it's very refreshing.

This was a wonderfully woven album, and I would strongly suggest listening to this record in full, from beginning to end because if you only listen to a few tracks then you're not getting the full spectrum of what the album has to offer.

The vocal performances strewn across this record are smooth but can be intense at the same time and a lot of them have a heart that naturally comes through alongside that honesty so the whole thing feels very authentic.

These songs are almost like chapters in the artist's life to a certain degree and a lot of this is relatable if you listen so there are songs you get more stuck on than others for lyrical purposes but there are other songs that you get more stuck on because of the choruses in the hooks bouncing around in your brain for hours after the songs have ended.

This is the kind of thing that's only satiated by listening to those songs again and to me that's very smart songwriting, but I think it comes to Danny naturally.

It certainly feels like he's in his zone or his happy place when he's recording and writing and some of these songs feel like it was probably cathartic for him to write and release but for the listener, they're incredibly understandable and some can even paint vivid pictures in your head as you listen.

This record is a great escape and has the ability to pull you away from your surroundings and put you in a different place altogether which is yet another reason why you should be listening to the full record.

This is the way it was meant to be soaked in.

I would strongly suggest listening to this record with headphones on or bumping it in the car because these tracks are catchy, and they have loads of swagger and give the artist such a wonderful presence and you can tell that Danny was born to do this.

Check this record out when you can and see how some of these songs affect you.

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