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D.A.N Releases “0300 (Human)”

3AM is known to some as the witching hour; the time when our minds drift between consciousness and dream; our thoughts as running wild horses; our anxiety as shadows in the night. D.A.N knows this insomniac nature all too well, as he sits up late into the early hours, waiting for a message from a distant lover, one that will perhaps never arrive. Rising up through soothing piano and hushed production, D.A.N’s lyrics show an emotional honesty, “But I can be human too, cry tears the way you do, when there’s no one else around and I just can’t settle down.” The song swells to climax with powerful electronic beats, anthemic guitar and D.A.N’s soaring vocal. Vulnerability as strength is the core of “0300 (Human)”.

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“0300 (Human)” is the long-awaited follow up to the South London-based Northern Irish independent artist’s debut “Clothes Off” (1.75m+ streams on Spotify.) Produced by D.A.N and Dave Okumu (Jessie Ware, Jamie Woon, Rosie Lowe), the track also features mixing by Dan Parry (Adele, Loyle Carner). After a sync on E4’s Made In Chelsea, his previous single racked up 7k+ Shazams  and charted in its Top 100/#3 on UK iTunes Electronic Chart. After a busy year of studio time and shows, including Bestival 2017, graduating from Goldsmiths University in Popular Music (James Blake, Rosie Lowe), D.A.N presents this delicately crafted sophisti-pop work.

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