Staring into tears of heartbreak, loss, mythological hallucinations and war torn landscapes,the Singleman Affair continues upon their path of downer folk and psychedelic melancholy, crafting their very own sonic landscapes and vision. Unveiling a dynamic shift from the Alan Mcgee released “Let’s Kill the Summer” and its lo-fi bedroom recordings, “Silhouettes at Dawn” is a lush orchestrated arrangement, accented by diverse instrumentation. With mythological tales of half bird/half human winged lovers sacrificing their wings to free themselves of the shackles of life, to tales of fallen oldiers, wishing they could have had one last moment of affection or even a kiss from some meaningless relationship, while they were still young, instead of slowly dying alone. The “Silhouettes at Dawn” is the Singleman Affair’s 3 year epic journey through pain staking self realization and emotion. From the beginning to end it weaves itself through tales of escapism and hopelessness, all awhile maintaining an almost dillusional sense of bliss. With deep heavy hearts and worried acid trip tongues there are more ideals to be met and fall short of again.