Broken Peak - Morgondis
Not much information was available on the ambient artist, Broken Peak but I’ve become quite a fan of his track, “Morgondis” from his new ep, Daybreak.
Bright, spacious notes open the song and they float in such a relaxing way. The atmosphere Broken Peak has created is incredibly lush and comforting. As the song progresses, we get to hear a warm string (or pad?) section that takes over and gives a cozy feeling to the track. The way in which certain notes and swells are introduced is lovely - everything has the perfect place within the song. Having been inspired by the haze of the dawn, Broken Peak has crafted a beautiful, ambient track that is meant for those early mornings of peace.
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