DOWNES BRAIDE ASSOCIATION have released a third single – Today – from their new album

DBA, Downes Braide Association, photographed in Sussex, UK

On  5th February Downes Braide Association (DBA) released their fourth album Halcyon Hymns CD and along with it  the video and radio edit of the third track to be taken from the album entitled Today. You can watch the video here: https://youtu.be/xmAs7K1OjkM

Today is an anthemic celebration of life and making the most of what we have, here and now, something we have all come to appreciate in these unprecedented times.

“Today Is about being in love with a moment that can never last,” explains Chris Braide, “and treasuring the feeling that fleeting moment, brings. The lyric is truly from the heart.”

Geoff Downes adds: “Today is DBA’s 21st Century take on the romance of spending a perfect day with someone you love. Here’s to more perfect days – today, together and beyond.”

Geoff Downes (keyboards, programming) and Chris Braide (vocals) are joined on the album and Today by Ash Soan on drums, Andy Hodge (bass) and Dave Bainbridge who provides a particularly tasty guitar throughout the track. Today sends out a positive message while the infectious melody promises to make this a radio delight.

Halcyon Hymns is the fifth DBA collaboration and follows their previous critically-acclaimed studio albums Pictures of You (2012), Suburban Ghosts (2015) and Skyscraper Souls (2017). The duo have also released Live In England (2019) recorded at their first ever concert at Trading Boundaries, East Sussex, in 2018.

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