Dabin shares emotive third studio album, ‘Between Broken’
Finally indulging fans with “Feel Like,” his final single in the lead up to his new album back in August, Dabin has brought forth his third studio LP, Between Broken in full. The 13-track endeavor is highly anticipated follow-up to his lauded sophomore album, Wild Youth.
Intricate while altogether cohesive, Between Broken offers an all-encompassing view of unconditional love, inclusive of the emotions that encapsulate heartbreak and loss. A tried and true hallmark of melodic bass, driving synthwork, and evocative themes, Dabin once again cements his place among today’s top-tier talents. Allowing listeners a glimpse into his creative state throughout the album, the 28-year-old producer explains,
“The concept behind ‘Between Broken’ alludes to the idea that we are all just this union of memories and experiences. And more often than not, it’s the negative experiences that shape our character and make us stronger. While it’s easy to let the weight of these negative experiences dictate our sense of self, I think it’s the moments in between these experiences, and how we overcome them, that define us and shape us into the people we are today.”
Beginning with the album’s titular track, the producer offers a stream of glittering sonic excursions, combined with powerful drum kicks and angular guitar before entering into his pre-album singles, “When This Is Over” featuring Nurko, and “Drown” alongside Mokita, as well as a batch of fresh originals beside William Black, MYRNE, Noelle Johnson, and more.
Finally able to continue on with his Into The Wild tour, which includes stops at EDC Las Vegas, Freaky Deaky, and Escape Halloween, following the pandemic’s forced hiatus, Dabin is poised to set forth on a new journey, leaving fans with the sentiment that “there is inherent value in between the broken moments of our lives and that’s what I wanted to explore in this album.”
Stream Between Broken below and grab some of the last tickets for Dabin’s tour here.
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