Inspired by the sounds of the 60’s and early 70’s, Essex-based singer-songwriter Trent Halliday, aka Three Days Dark, brings alive the sounds of jazz, psych and art-rock in his music. Having studied a degree in ethnomusicology, Trent is not only influenced by a vast array of different cultural styles, but is also inspired by the music David Bowie, Lou Reed, Can, John Coltrane, Herbie Hancock and early Pink Floyd.
Departing from the garage-rock band DeepSeaGreen several years ago, Three Days Dark is now a solo project with new album, Somewhere a Band Plays due for release later this month! Second single Breaking The Day takes on more of a prog-rock feel compared to the album’s first single and opens gently before rolling drums and crisp cymbals drive the track through undulating and alternating tempos, whilst the funky instrumental mid-section is an upbeat fusion of melodic guitars, jazz trumpet and free-flowing vocals. Check it out above and listen to more of Trent Halliday’s music on his Soundcloud and Bandcamp pages.
Order you copy of Breaking The Day from here (the B-side is worth a listen too!)