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Night Sins, ‘To London or the Lake’ – Exclusive Song Premiere

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Night Sins might hail from Philadelphia, but his songwriting and production style has more in common with European darkwave greats such as Sisters of Mercy and the Chameleons than anything American. A project with singer-songwriter Kyle Kimball as its driving force, Night Sins released its debut album, ‘New Grave,’ in 2012.

With the group back from a recent US tour with Youth Code, Night Sins are gearing up for the release of ‘To London or the Lake,’ their sophomore album. “The record is lyrically about longing and musically I tried to write the soundtrack to ‘The Lost Boys’ movie if it came out in 2013,” says Kimball about the album.

With Avant! Records releasing ‘To London or the Lake’ on Dec. 10, Diffuser.fm has partnered with Night Sins to bring you the exclusive premiere of the album’s title track.

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