The DOVES -- Confession

The DOVES tip their hat to homespun Americana, while maintaining their distinctive disregard for boundaries and categories with their own “trans-genre” approach, in “Confession”: a song which is both lush and spare, utilizing a dolefully sweet signature on synthesizer to carry its tale of longing and betrayal, given life by Wade and Trena’s plaintive harmonies.
 

 
“Confession” is a nod to the couple’s early all-acoustic work together as The DOVES; echoing the melancholy lament of “Dirty Words”. It follows the more expansive pop-rock of recent offerings (which have been garnering radio airplay and attention far and wide: internationally —England, Wales, Germany, France, Belgium, Luxembourg, Lithuania, Czechoslovakia, et.al; and nationally — LA, NYC, SF, Seattle, Austin, Miami, Chicago, Boston, Atlanta, Nashville, Philadelphia, Baltimore, St. Louis, et. al. Please see list, below): “Shut My Mouth”, “Wild and Strange”, “Mirage” “The Fine Line”, “The Day You Were Born”, and “Pulse”; as well as the Brenda Lee-Connie Francis retro of “Why Did You Hurt Me?”, and the joyous gospel of “King of Kings”. Please visit The DOVES website for the complete catalogue of The DOVES, links to videos, and music downloads.
 
All the best,
Wade & Trena
The DOVES
 
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