Neverending White Lights, ft. Dallas Green

Biography

In 2005, City & Colour released his debut indie album, ‘Sometimes”, the beginning of a journey that would go on to establish him as a cultural icon and a world-renowned singer/songwriter. During that same time period, he was featured on a new […]

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In 2005, City & Colour released his debut indie album, ‘Sometimes”, the beginning of a journey that would go on to establish him as a cultural icon and a world-renowned singer/songwriter. During that same time period, he was featured on a new and upcoming collaborative project by Canadian producer Daniel Victor called Neverending White Lights. It’s debut single, “The Grace”, featured an unforgettably powerful & emotional vocal performance from Dallas Green which introduced his amazing talent to a wider genre, solidifying his role in bringing heartfelt music to life. It’s instant success and connection with fans spoke volumes about the power and beauty of a great collaboration, and it’s magic went on to inspire multitudes of fans and artists. Topping radio and video charts, the song was an emotional flood of lyrical and musical melancholy that gripped multitudes of fans and shook them to their core. Green’s vocals were the perfect affecting counterpart to Victor’s brooding and climactic music. Ten years ago, these two unassuming collaborators came together in a sweaty basement studio to make history, and the unforgettable product of this genuine musical offering has since solidified it’s place as one of the greatest musical collaborations ever recorded. 

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“The Grace”