DARK STATION released the re-imagined version of their single “GHOST” to all major platforms. This version of the single will be included on their upcoming 5-song EP titled Afterlight that features re-imagined songs from their previous album Down in the Dark. In addition, the band announced the “Afterlight Tour” in support of the EP that begins on September 11th in Las Vegas, Nevada at Taverna Costera. See the dates and details in the flyer, below.
“I really wanted to paint a picture of how much effort it takes to make a relationship work. There are ups and downs, but in the end someone makes the ride worthwhile. It can be the most beautiful and the most painful thing ever. This song is about one of those wounds that never fully heals” says the band’s vocalist, Nathan Spades.
“We filmed this video in Big Bear, California at a spot called the Dam Keeper’s house. The building was constructed in 1890, so it had seen better days, but what’s left of it made for the perfect background to our music video. Robyn August handled the directing and editing duties again on this one” adds Kyle Ort, the band’s guitarist.
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Dark Station released their anticipated debut full length album Down in the Dark on October 25, 2019. The band premiered four videos leading up to the release, all of which can be seen below.
Heroes (Official Music Video): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E0nWUuUP0gg
Obvious (Official Music Video): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cy6xLeN_kek
No Life (Official Music Video): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YFYT24YXnZA
Villain (Official Music Video): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nsnfp6Dsqzc
In the spring of 2018, five Southern California musicians came together, leaving their respective projects behind, to form a new band. A band with the ability to seamlessly transition from crushingly heavy riffs to unforgettably haunting melodies and lyrics. With inspiration drawing from the top late 90’s and early 00’s rock bands, there’s a certain familiarity to the music that’s refreshing and yet evolved into what can only be described as Dark Station. With rock on the rise, Dark Station has risen to the challenge of aiding in rock’s revival.
This is the new age. This is Dark Station.