(Dark Dark Dark “How It Went Down”)

“It’s an age-old scene in a film: two perfectly manicured hands clasp each other spontaneously, and their owners sprint out of a gilded ballroom, a mass of skirts and untucked shirts, into a rainy street. "Anywhere but here, let’s get the hell out of this mad facsimile of real life and go and live for real.” Even though it’s not a surprise that those stories never work out, something about the second song to be released from Dark Dark Dark’s new album, Who Needs Who (out October 2 via Supply and Demand), makes it feel like Nona Marie Invie is proposing the idea to you for the very first time, ever. Although “the fluorescent lights can’t change a thing,” the graceful piano and softly splashing drums make it feel like a possibility.“ - Laura Snapes, Pitchfork


(video for “Tell Me” by Dark Dark Dark)


Dark Dark Dark, wouldn’t you make a tour in Europe….

The Benefit Of The Doubt
  • The Benefit Of The Doubt
  • Dark Dark Dark
  • The Snow Magic

Dark Dark Dark//The Benefit of the Doubt

when the hair stands up on the back of my neck

it’s your goddamn ghost, that’s what I suspect

no I can’t keep away from you

We went from listening to Hurray For the Riff Raff to Dark Dark Dark in the basement today & the response was “Wow thanks for changing up the music Fiona, we went all the way from listening to sad country to sad ghosts”

(I hate myself a little for how many times I’ve played this song today)

(I love sad ghosts)