Cubicolor’s ‘Hardly A Day, Hardly A Night’ Is A Cyclical Journey Of Time, Loss & Hope

Galactic ambience

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Amsterdam-based trio Cubicolor wraps our heads around the complicated and cyclical relationship we have with time in their new sophomore record Hardly A Day, Hardly A Night. Tackling issues of loss, hope, and self-growth, the record examines the battles we face while witnessing the mercilessly incessant nature of time. In this case, Cubicolor examines how time can be both poison and antidote for the struggles we face while immersing us into a galactic soundscape:

Regarding their record, the trio shared: “There were a lot of moments when we weren’t sure we’d ever find what it was we were looking for. On the way we lost friends, lost loves, battled health issues, lost an album, lost each other and came back together again. Looking back now it was pretty crazy but the world keeps spinning and I guess we just didn’t want to put out anything that wasn’t true to ourselves as a band, and the very best we can do as musicians, no matter how long it took.”

You can catch the trio in London in April:

4/9 – Oslo Hackney (London, UK)