Digitonal's breakthrough album and statement of intent came in the late summer of 2008 after a period of protracted touring and various personal moves which saw the band scattered between Sheffield, Nottingham and London. It marked the introduction of the clarinet as a key instrument in the ensemble with the track 93 Years On, alongside the ever present strings of Samy Bishai and guest musicians including Kat Arney, Joe Aquilina and Niko Tsonev.
Save Your Light for Darker Days is a record about love and loss, poetry and perspective. The title considers what we keep hidden from the world and how that might shape our lives in ways we can't predict.
“ ..Save Your Light for Darker Days is an album that seems eminently suited to accompanying a book, a dinner or a hangover. It is beautiful…” The Guardian
“A heavenly overture… sweeping bows and tumultuous build ups… If the bass doesn't get you then the throb of the cello will” Music OMH 4/5
“If you’re only gonna treat yourself to one chilled instrumental album this year, make sure it’s this one” 5/5 Essential Album DMC Update
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