“The Light In The Dark” By Geographer

Geographer has shared “The Light In The Dark,” the track arrives ahead of the arrival of his album A Mirror Brightly, which arrives on February 23rd. The song features up-tempo 80s-inspired synth over driving drumbeats and Mike Deni’s soaring falsetto. The official video, directed by Deni and his partner Monica Reyes, features the couple in a sparse studio and some truly epic choreography. When asked about the track, he explains, “It’s not always something beautiful in someone that attracts us to them. Sometimes, it’s something weak in ourselves. Those relationships are obviously doomed, and I’ve had many, because I spent most of my life thinking deep down that I was unworthy of actual supportive, respectful, real love. I thought I was just inadequately designed, destined to be forever reaching past my arm’s length, getting there by other compensations and compromises. This song is basically about that”.

To celebrate the release, Geographer will headline The Rickshaw in his former hometown of San Francisco on February 15th and then post-release, will celebrate at Lodge Room in Los Angeles on March 9th. Both shows are on-sale now. The headline shows follow a fall tour supporting Small Black on a sold-out North American run.

A Mirror Brightly
Track List
Nettwerk records

Light In The Dark
I Don’t Remember It Starting
One / Other
The Burning Handle
You Never Know
Learning How To Lose: Act 1
Learning How To Lose: Conclusion
Van Halen
Improvisation for Broken Wurlitzer (Interlude)
Except You (Interlude)
Got It Wrong
I Ignored Everything I Could (Interlude)
And I Won’t Be Here When It Ends

Pre-order A Mirror Brightly by Geographer HERE


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