A project brought together almost by accident...
'Never Let You Go' screenshot

Days Are Done formed almost by accident.

Singer-songwriter Emmy Kay stumbled across the path of BAFTA winning TV and film composer Adam Lewis, with the two immediately swapping numbers.

The music began almost immediately, fusing a pastoral - and deeply English - folk sensibility with a songwriting sense that draws on the personal.

Two EPs followed, with Days Are Done continually pushing ahead, continually probing fresh directions.

New EP 'Closer' is their first to be recorded in a full studio, and this is reflected in the crisp yet still remarkably organic sound.

Clash is able to premiere new cut 'Never Let You Go', and it adds a soulful edge to the duo's music.

Days Are Done: "'Never Let You Go' - one of the first songs we wrote together. Darker than it probably seems on first listen- a song about obsession and how very easy it is to lose perspective once you start to go down that path."

Gareth Morton directs the visuals - watch the clip now.

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