Twelve Days in June is the studio project of Schenectady, New York’s Dave Hulegaard. The artist views the project as the place where all his musical influences converge and then diverge from. So you’ll see a lot of 90s band ethos. He unpacks melancholy with melodic dives, angsty riffs, and introspective lyricism. By the end of the listening experience, you’re mine will be swirling with potent instrumentals and abstract ideas of human experiences. His compositions are so incredibly and powerfully human that they draw you out. Flesh out the listener. Listeners of Linkin Park, Fort Minor and Green Day are sure to enjoy this artist.

His latest release is ‘Numb’, a melodic rock track. The instrumentals are dreary, washed with themes like loneliness and gloom. The glistening lines and gritty riffs collate into angsty prog rock arcs before settling into the measured vocal flow. This undulation, peak and plateau, peak and plateau levels out more and more until you’re caught up in a web of numbing heartache. The artist so viscerally represents heartache and breakups. Before the healing comes, there’s a wilful denial, a forced numbness, a shield almost to protect ourselves. He explores this moment, with all its layered subtexts and shadows. Very conceptually envisioned and produced. Listen Now!

The track is available for streaming on popular sites like Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube Music, and Amazon Music!

You can listen to ‘Numb’ by Twelve Days in June here –