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18PM ‘Control’ : Languid summer nights and awesome party revelry, clouds the mind, but never the heart.

18PM

18pm formed out of a long-time friendship between Zach Sulak and Ryan England. Formed on a beer-fueled late night, the duo created the repetitive, catchy track On the Floor. The morning after, a music video was shot for it.

“In a world with flashy and complex music production,” emphasized the duo. “the music aims to sound no more than what it is: two guys with a laptop and some guitars, writing songs in hopes that the audience can sing along in their cars on their way to work.”

Scarce guitar work, longing lyrical crevasse, emboldening utterances in loneliness and elation – the pals with the connection, delivers with salutary invitation for others to join in the angsty fun. From decadence to improprieties, languid summer nights and awesome party revelry, clouds the mind, but never the heart.

Memories abound with 18pm’s personal resistance.

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