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Beautiful

I couldn't be happier that I found this album. Amazing!

Outstanding

I downloaded Jealous Enemies, Circle, and Speak. DCLC are reminiscent of Simon and Garfunkel as well as CSNY. They have a unique sound for our time mixed with a little vintage stuff. Listening to their music today helped induce some calm, and a feeling I haven't experienced in a long while from new music. Definitely a great pic. Give them a listen. You won't be disappointed.

Ahem. Wow.

I'm just starting to listen to this album now, but I can't imagine an album closer to what I love in music more than what I've heard. Chill beats, interesting background with tight and interesting harmonies. SICK!

Biography

Formed: 2006 in East London, England

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '00s

Dark Captain Light Captain create textured, folk-inspired pop/rock that combines pastoral psychedelia with electronic elements. Hailing from East London, the band formed during the winter of 2006, when founders Dan Carney (guitar, vocals) and Neil Kleiner (electronics, vocals) launched a series of late-night recording sessions around Kleiner's laptop. After uploading the resulting songs onto MySpace, the two were asked to perform on Seven Sisters, the debut album by German artist Milenasong. Carney...
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