"One Who Stayed" has quietly crept into our ears and hearts with delicate songs of love and yearning. Vocalist and acoustic guitarist Daniel Dauchy's introspective lyrics paint pictures of perfect romance, and consequently demand explanation for the inevitable breakdown over time of such idyllic perfection. With a unique voice that is both delicate and strong, Dauchy's imagery is enhanced and illuminated by a mature band that doesn't need to play loud to sound good. With the tasteful, hypnotic percussion of Jared Miller and the warm upright string bass harmonies by Andy Eiche, layered underneath beautiful floating violin melodies of Micah Banner-Baine, the songs build up with tension and then heroically release. Together, "One Who Stayed" creates a unique aural landscape that is courageously tied in knots, twisted, broken and mended. The buzz behind the release of the band's debut EP, "Stowaway" has been building since the band began performing in and around the Southern Tier of New York.
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