Dan Croll – So Dark

Labels:co-sign
Number of Tracks:1
Total Time:00:03:32
From the Album:So Dark
Formats:AAA,Non-Commercial,NPR
Available Date & Time: Jun 04 2020 15:30:00 EDT
Impact Date: Jun 15 2020 00:00:00

DAN CROLL
 
“So Dark”
 
IMPACTING NOW
 
New Album Grand Plan Out August 21 via Communion Records
 
Produced by Matthew E. White at Spacebomb
 
Over 2.5 MILLION Spotify Streams for Advance Tracks
 
 
ALREADY ADDED AT KRCL, KSLU, WJCU, WNRN, WTMD + EARLY AIRPLAY FROM KCRW, KCSN, KDHX, KRCL, WJCU, WMVY, WUKY, YNOT AND MORE!
 
EARLY PRAISE FOR GRAND PLAN:
 
“[Croll’s] new collection of songs tackle more honest themes and feel more sonically redolent.”
– Atwood Magazine
 
“Sufjan Stevens-esque”
– Billboard 
 
“glittery bop laced with indie grooves”
– DuJour 
 
“If these singles are any sign of things to come, there are some real good things to come.”
– Indie Shuffle
 
“Dial Dan” Hotline Open Every Monday – More Info Below
 
Past support from KBAC, KCLC, KCRW, KRCC, KRML, KSLU, KUWR, KVNA, KXT, MSPR, WCNR, WERS, WFIV, WFPK, WFUV, WJCU, WOCM, WYCE, WYMS and more!
 
With his long-awaited third album Grand Plan set to arrive on August 21 through Communion Records, Dan Croll shares the next pair of singles lifted from his forthcoming full-length, including radio single “So Dark.”
 
Since his return at the start of the year, the singer and songwriter has continued to release his new offerings in twos, shared chronologically of his experience in moving to Los Angeles. “So Dark” explores the difficulty he found in fitting into his new environment through a lens of fuzzy guitars and space synths.
 
Explaining the motive he had for “So Dark”, he said, “After a few months in LA I started to find my feet a little, but where I still lagged was on the social side of things. Everyone I met in LA seemed to be desperately happy, sugar coating everything, forcing humour out of fear to be seen as sad. It made me really miss home, It made me miss that dark British humour and the ability to laugh at yourself, no matter how bad it gets. 'So Dark' is about that search, and the moment that perseverance paid off to meet someone like minded.”
 
The album, Grand Plan chronicles the 12-month period starting in February 2018 when Croll decided to up sticks and move to Los Angeles after the realization that he might be becoming restless in Liverpool. Over the ensuing 12 months Dan turned his experiences into 20-odd songs, eventually whittling them down to a solid dozen chapters. Then, in spring 2019, he spent a month with the estimable Matthew E. White in Virginia bringing to life the songs in the inimitable Spacebomb country-psych-soul style. Each song tells a story, in narrative order.

Croll introduced us to the first chapter of the album Grand Plan at the start of 2020 with the release of double a-side singles “Yesterday” (an ode to opportunities missed whilst being mentored by national treasure Paul McCartney) and “Stay In L.A.” both recounting the beginning stages of a seismic shift in his life and the decision to relocate halfway round the world. After the release of his second album Emerging Adulthood, Croll, like many in the latter half of their twenties, questioned the very fibre of his being; career; relationships; life choices; future; so he upped sticks and moved to L.A. and hasn’t returned. The resulting transition to life in California, going back to basics with his songwriting and taking inspiration from the music that truly inspired him (James Taylor, Burt Bacharach, Joni Mitchell), many of which are part of Laurel Canyon’s musical heritage, bore the musical fruits which formed his new record and a new era for this prolific songwriter. 
 
Speaking about the experience and his return to the music scene Dan explains, “The past two years have been a rollercoaster, starting from scratch, alone in a different country, but I’m so happy to have come out the other end with this collection of songs. Feels great not only to be back on the music scene, but to be doing it with songs that I finally feel represent the influences and music I truly love.”
 
Over the course of recent weeks owing to the worldwide lockdown Dan Croll has reignited the “Dial Dan” hotline – for those needing a mental escape during quarantine. He's accepting calls / texts / WhatsApp audio and messages from all over the globe every Monday.  Already it's seen some wonderful interactions with fans around the world. Check Dan’s social media for hotline hours – why not get involved and Dial Dan on +1-***-***-****.
 
CONNECT WITH DAN CROLL:
 
 
CONTACT CO-SIGN:
 
Christine Sanley – ***.***.**** or *********@**-****.***
Jessica Weber – ***.***.**** or *******@**-****.***
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