Dayglow drops his third album People In Motion
Indie-pop innovator Dayglow has released his highly anticipated new album People In Motion.
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Texas-based indie pop project Dayglow (Sloan Struble) has released his third full-length album People In Motion. Drawing musical inspiration from various artists such as Michael McDonald, Doobie Brothers, and Tame Impala, Dayglow establishes his own hyper-focused sound based on moody synthesizers, colorful percussion, and thoughtful lyrics.
From the funky & danceable ‘Second Nature’ to the dreamy-pop track ‘Deep End,’ Dayglow delivers a perfect mix of indie charm, pop sensibilities, and dance floor vibes. Playful, polished, and passionate, this latest project cultivates every bit of Dayglow’s infectious trademark energy. And People in Motion isn’t just a labor of love for the music he creates. It’s an evolution of him as an individual as well.
Here’s Dayglow discussing his unique blend of music:
“I definitely think people look to music to make them feel a certain way – it really is a drug in that aspect. I would personally rather make music that makes people feel good and encourages them to grow as an individual. I hear often that my music does that for others and that’s such an honour.”
People In Motion is available everywhere.
Standout Songs: Second Nature, Then It All Goes Away, Deep End, How Do You Know?
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