How do you feel the Morning After? The mysterious duo, dvsn, returns with their sophomore project sharing feelings of their own.
After getting their feet wet with their debut Sept. 5th, Daniel Daley and Nineteen85 share their 13-track effort. With tracks such as the Isaac Hayes-assisted “Don’t Choose” and “P.O.V.,” which samples Maxwell’s “Fortunate,” their musical offerings continue to give a nod to the richness of old-school R&B.
According to Daley, the lead singer of the group, their first project lived as an introduction to their vibe. “Sept. 5th in a way works like a mixtape; it’s an introductory piece,” he told Rolling Stone. “This time around, we definitely have some records that we think have a bigger space to occupy.” He went on to say that their sound is very different from the mainstream rhythms. We’re separating from the pack,” he added. “When they’re all in the club, we might just stay in.”
Check out Morning After below.