Lilleburn releases new track ‘The Dark’

2020 has put to light that we are in a culture of non-monogamous and fluid relationships, but does anyone really know what you do in the dark?

‘The Dark’ is Lilleburn’s fourth self released single, following up ‘Tell Me I’m Pretty’, which was released back in 2018. Ross Tidmus, aka Lilleburn, has been developing his art form down a more promiscuous path. The Dark reveals the lustful secrets
of sexual encounters in the 21st Century. Ross, explains, “being in my 20s and still living with my parents limits the places where I can be intimate with someone. Everyone knows the feeling of tiptoeing and sneaking around your parents before you have the freedom of having your own place.” The ‘R-rated worthy’ lyrics within the song paints the picture of the reality of this situation, of which anyone in their 20s can relate to and is still a ‘taboo’ topic to discuss.

Recorded, mixed and mastered by budding producers, James Plester (Emma Mc-Gann, Everything Aside, Lunafall) and Matt Cotterill (Speak Brother, Joe Dolman, The Upsiders), the manifestation of this record took place at Ross’ own studio, Warehouse 18, in Nuneaton. The Dark is released today on Friday 24th April 2020 and is available on all major streaming platforms.

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