Sunshine. It makes us feel good.
It's been well studied that turnover of serotonin in the brain is highest in the summer. Plus we can go outside do cool shit when it's warm and sunny.
Summer 2015 may seem like a long way away, but think of Ecce's "Decades", a simple psychedelic love song built around a repetitive synth motif, as musical light therapy for a mild winter. Sing along to to the sweeping backing vocals in the chorus long enough and we might just make spring come quicker.
James Rod, new to the Nang/Tirk family, twists and stretches "Decades" onto the dancefloor, turning up the heat in the process.
"Decades" is the lead single from forthcoming Ecce album "Marginalia".
All songs Written by Nicholas Lisher & Tim Adams.
Nicholas and Tim played all the instruments and recorded all the songs.
Tracks 1 & 3 Mixed by Dan Cox at Urchin Studios.
Tracks 1 & 3 Mastered by Matt Colton at Alchemy Mastering.
(P) & (C) 2015 August Day Recordings
|2.||Decades [James Rhod Remix]|
|3.||Decades [Radio Edit]|