Moving through the train station he looked at all the other passengers coming and going around him. They each had their own journeys to be making, a destination to find at the end. Outside the sky was foggy and grey, the mist hung inside the station too - clouding the flickering lighting which displayed the platform numbers and the stops. A few birds flew amongst the scaffolding and the outer shell, they watched down from up above as the world moved in transit. They knew little of the stress, the strife and struggle of humanity, they simply viewed and flew.
Marco Uson is set to release a beautiful ambient record via his own Uzons Records label. A delicate, pensive affair with a moody undertone which is perhaps more apt for now than ever.
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