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Looking back on Patrick Baker’s previous releases, it’s quite easy to spot the Nashville-based artist’s knack for churning out masterstroke productions. Today, the singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist continues down that road by offering a brand-new piece of magic (‘Something True’) alongside five of his most ear-pleasing records to date. The result is ‘Dusk’, the first part of his ‘Dusk And Dawn’ album.
As if you’re sitting ‘round a cozy campfire that drives the first touches of the night’s darkness away, Patrick Baker’s ‘Dusk’ offers peace of mind and comfort when you need it the most. Comprising six uplifting songs that soothe the soul and nurture the heart, it shows which key elements remain after the dust settles.
Wonderfully easy on the ear and remarkably gentle on all fronts, ‘Dusk’ makes you wonder what else the night has in store for you. And judging by these first six songs, it’ll be magical and momentous at the very least.
Patrick Baker has been a regular on Armada’s Chill imprint for quite some time now. Known for his blissful songs as well as his evergreen covers, he notched up over 3 million streams on Spotify with 2016 single ‘Call Me Up’, presented his own phenomenal take on Bob Dylan classic ‘Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right’ and covered RY X’s ‘Only’, which earned him an additional 2 million streams on Spotify to date.
And now, in the rare case that music lovers still need convincing, ‘Dusk’ validates once and for all that the sound of Patrick Baker is made to last.