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The Bluegrass Situation: SONG PREMIERE

SONG PREMIERE LISTEN: LOVE ME IN THE DARK, “OLD SOUL” BY BGS STAFF Feb 12, 2020 Artist: Love Me in the Dark Hometown: Venice, California Song: “Old Soul” Album: Love Me in the Dark Release Date: February 14, 2020 In Their Words: “‘Old Soul’ was written in Nashville, in our friend Keb’ Mo’s home studio. Steve had been messing around in […]

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Beachsloth: Review

Love Me In The Dark delves into a rustic folksy charm on the blissful storytelling of their self-titled debut. Their lyrical mastery helps to give the album a tremendous amount of heart. Sung with the gusto of a life truly lived, the tremendous detail filters further into the mix. Multiple layers intermingle lending the whole

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FVMusicBlog: Review

Love Me In The Dark are set to release their self-titled album, in February 2020. It is a beautiful and thoroughly enthralling listen that is a superb introduction to the band. Luscious harmonies open the release and ‘Old Soul’ is a gentle and enticing beginning. Breathy vocal performances, double bass, an acoustic guitar, and slide

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Dancing About Architecture: Review

There is something both primal and angelic about the a cappella introduction to Old Soul, which takes us gently by the hand and leads us into this exquisite album. If music is about emotive communication then Steve McCormick and Heather Donavon, the people behind Love Me In The Dark, are some of the most effective communicators on the

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Skopemag: Review

Love Me In The Dark Release A New (Self-Titled) ‘Love Me In The Dark’ Album by Skope Love Me In The Dark has released their debut album of the same name. The group consists of two people: Steve McCormick and Heather Donavon, who vocals complement each other excellently. The duo combines elements of Americana, folk,

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