I often think to myself, “if I was going to be in a band again, what would it sound like?” The answer to that question changes, obviously, sometimes on an hourly basis. But ever since I first heard The Ember Glows, via their majestic single “Silent Love”, I can’t stop thinking that they have created the sound that I would love to surround myself with, if I were ever to retread the boards. I have no plans to do so, but I have The Ember Glows to keep the dream alive…

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