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dvsn sets the “Mood” for their upcoming new album Morning After

Toronto, ON – Earlier this week OVO’s elusive dvsn duo (producer Nineteen85 and vocalist Daniel Daley) released a brand new single titled “Mood” along with a fan-shot video for their previous single “Don’t Choose.

Of course the releases surfaced on Sept. 5th – which is the title of dvsn’s debut solo album from March 2016. It’s also the date on which they dropped their first ever single “With Me” (Sept. 5, 2015).

“Mood” comes to us after last month’s announcement of the duo’s new album Morning After. The guys stayed pretty quiet after the release of Sept. 5th. But then they dropped “Think About Me” in May and “Don’t Choose” in June, and it seemed like maybe (hopefully) a second project was on the way. Now it’s confirmed and the roll out has commenced.

In keeping with their M.O. of highly emotional late night bedroom anthems, Nineteen85 and Daniel deliver “Mood” as a nod to all the lovers who are consciously making an effort to keep the fire burning: “Now I’m gonna make a time to make love/ I’m gonna make a point to just focus on us/ Now I’m gonna make sure you get enough/ When I make it all about you, take care of us.” Check it out after the jump and scope the fan video for “Don’t Choose.”

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Photo by Kira Hunston


Mood

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Don’t Choose (fan video)


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