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Last Day Of My Life

Le Cygne Noir

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Last Day Of My Life
Le Cygne Noir
Last Day Of My Life ((Radio Edit))
Le Cygne Noir
Deadly Night Shade
Le Cygne Noir
Red Light
Le Cygne Noir
Total Playing Time    16:33
Last Day Of My Life is a new EP release from Cygne Noir. Cygne Noir is an American singer/songwriter and producer whose mix of Beatles-style melodies, cascading guitars and knack for emotional songwriting and atmosphere, have earned him comparisons to such acts as The National and The Verve. His songs are accentuated by a vocal style that blends experimentation along the lines of John Lennon and Depeche Mode's Dave Gahan, with a more direct punky howl inspired by The Cure’s Robert Smith. A twenty-year career as a singer and songwriter, has made him a master of his craft with a distinctive sound and lyrics that always offer a glimmer of hope. His bold commitment to integrity and his perseverance can be heard and felt in all of his releases since 2012's debut EP Celebrate Love.
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