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Lost On Course (FatCat Records 2016)

Christopher Duncan is a Glasgow’s Royal Scottish Academy resident whose also a musician whom playing guitars and violin; have a fascinating dream to composed and performance classic music within various ensembles as then C. Duncan talents are combining as the process of recording album in making of The Midnight Sun as the title album borrows an episode’s sub-title off a television series The Twilight Zone as well as involving your ears for listening through these eleven tracks to share to the audiences via personal experience story written on Nothing More, Wanted to Want it too, Who Lost and Other Side; brought to you to introducing the man’s talented efforts of Indie Pop, Alternative acoustic and Electronic of Glasgow sparkling life being wise and free to decide. Sounding like a personal testament as the music elaborates the artworks which also by coincidence painted by Christopher Duncan himself because he wanted to have a good related cover that fixed with the themed songs he wrote  and also how the similarity messages vibrates along within the good songs over The Midnight Sun, as we got an offer through signatured layered vocals and dreamy instrumentations form the prodigious talent of Duncan. Melodies and harmony embodied each other – spiraling into soft music on spending our days without rain. 

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