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Last Day Of My Life

Le Cygne Noir

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1.1
Last Day Of My Life
Le Cygne Noir
5:18
1.2
Last Day Of My Life ((Radio Edit))
Le Cygne Noir
4:01
1.3
Deadly Night Shade
Le Cygne Noir
4:03
1.4
Red Light
Le Cygne Noir
3:11
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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