Three More Days
'Till The Sun Turns Black', is the new album by Ray Lamontagne. It's a deeply personal and profoundly introspective piece of work. There's no doubt the 300,000+ fans who fell in love with Ray after hearing his critically acclaimed 2004 debut, Trouble, will love this new collection of music. At the same time, Till The Sun Turns Black, Ray's second collaboration with celebrated producer Ethan Johns, marks a daring push beyond the acoustic roots of his first CD, and into more complex and diverse styles, textures and arrangements.
Ray's inspirational story of musical discovery presented him with the perfect platform through which to share his pain, sorrow and joy with everyday people. His songs provide an outlet for many with similar emotion; it is nearly impossible not to feel an instantaneous connection with this enthralling artist. Esquire Magazine expresses it best by stating "His songs are grand mansions built on crumbling foundations, haunting tunes that document the propensity for real loveShe'll be a superstar alright."
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