"The Dawn Is Still Dark," the title track from Laura Brehm's brand new full length album, was written as a way to raise an alarm about the ongoing climate crisis. The official video was directed by Chris Orwat of Pure Cinematography and filmed in rural northern Colorado. Laura begins alone in the world, drifting through solitude and disconnection while seeing flashes of environmental crises and protests. As the song progresses an emotional intensity builds and a new incarnation of Laura appears: one that brings hope and light and a vision of something better. "The Dawn Is Still Dark" makes a statement about the kind of future we still have time to create for ourselves if we work together in unity and love.
As one of the most highly sought-after vocalists in the world of EDM, Laura has built her career song by song with a combination of accessible lyrics, raw emotion, and smart collaborations with other cutting-edge electronic artists like Feint, TheFatRat, and Varien. Her vocal presence is immediately recognizable and offers an alluring sense of vulnerability infused with a mysterious undercurrent of smoldering power. Laura crafts delicate and powerful pop ballads, intertwining electronic and orchestral threads with a positive and uplifting spirituality.
By openly working through her personal battles with anxiety, insomnia, and unhealthy relationships, Laura hopes to give her listeners a blueprint for their own journey through that personal darkness. "The Dawn Is Still Dark" was written to leave fans of Laura's music with feelings of strength, inspiration, and renewal by the time they’ve listened through.