“‘Silent Station’ was recorded in a dirty kitchen in Sunset Park, Brooklyn, conceived on Soviet-era trams in Eastern Europe, and is the story of a murderer misled by his own romantic side, featuring my new obsession, the autoharp.”
This is how the Bay Head, NJ native and Asbury frequenter, James Dalton, described his most recent single, a jangly piece of wistful Folk-Rock showcasing the songsmith’s intelligible melodies and deep croon.
Stream the track below and be sure to check out Dalton on the April 4th rendition of M.A.D. Wednesday at The Downtown in Red Bank. Doors open at 8 with a cover charge of $3 to be paid upon admission.