Civil Twilight / #MillerLiteMusicMonday

Civil Twilight / #MillerLiteMusicMonday

Happy #MillerLiteMusicMonday!  We've got Civil Twilight on repeat today!

“What am I to build, if my hands are broken, if I’m not the chosen one?” sings Steven McKellar of Civil Twilight on “Story of An Immigrant”, over a lush, dynamic beat that evokes the sounds of his native South Africa while steeped in the band’s ever-evolving present. The foursome (Steven, his brother and guitarist Andrew, drummer Richard Wouters and Kevin Dailey on keys and guitar) are living proof of what happens when you stop worrying about being the chosen one and make music built on both the roots that grew you and the love that keeps you thriving every day. Civil Twilight’s songs embrace every corner of human emotion, balancing delicate, poetic lyrics with sweeping arrangements that touch all the senses: a phrase to make you think; a rolling drumbeat you can feel in your bones; a guitar vamp as illustrative as a picture; a shimmer of keys whose light can nearly be seen and heard.

Make sure you check out Civil Twilight today and at Bunbury!  What else are you listening to today?

Miller Lite
Cincinnati Bell
Southwest
CVG
PNC
Arnar Clothing
Jack Daniel’s
Procter & Gamble
Nissan
Barefoot Wine
PlayStation
Blue Buffalo
Mikey’s Late Night Slice
IEL Freight
Swedish Beauty
TriHealth
RDI Corporation
Braxton Brewing Company
Over The Rhine Brewery District
System JO
Braxton Brewing
Blank Slate
Jack’s Hard Cider
New Belgium
Oskar Blues
Southern Tier
Sweet Water
Terrapin
West Sixth