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The Kerosene Hours ‘Dance For Money’ : Is a dream, a fantasy, a reality, swirling in damnation of self apocalypse and desires.

The Kerosene Hours

“You were once exciting, unpredictable, alluring, sexy, and someone’s fantasy. Watching that version of yourself fade into nothingness is a slow death in a stuffy house. Dance For Money is a cry against domesticity, a wail against losing what makes you dangerous, and an honest desire to earn a little cash doing it.”

Aaron Silverstein is The Kerosene Hours.

“Wipe off the tears, while you still feel like you’re the pit of the earth. Rebound, as you always can.” This is an attitude that is anthemic, good, nostalgic, and embers in golden amber, as everything around you seems dark and damp. Nothing seems to work right for you, in this sliver of living.

Aaron has a different take. A take for absorbing what comes, and waltzing with the best of them. For life won’t get any easier, so you will want to get right up from the dirt.

‘Dance For Money’ is a dream, a fantasy, a reality, swirling in damnation of self apocalypse and desires.

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