Dorian Gray - "Two Faces" LP (2013)
Updated: Jul 22, 2019
Following the acclaimed debut album "Hurt By The Moon", Dorian Gray returns with his new album "Two Faces" with a musical turn of almost 180 degrees.
This opus registers itself in the style of 80’s New Wave, drawing influence from names like Depeche Mode, OMD, Talk Talk and a-ha. Including Billy Idol’s hit song cover “Eyes Without A Face”, Dorian Gray explores deeper registers in his voice and marries it with limpid lyrics, which are credited to Californian co-writer Adina Pernell.
Ray Cokes (MTV Europe, Arte): "I like Dorian Gray's music, it is very promising" David Richards (QUEEN): "It's you who wrote this, it's good, I want this guitar sound!" Carmen Rizzo (Seal, Alanis Morissette): "Dorian Gray is a talented songwriter" Sébastien Vuignier (Paléo Festival): "I was very impressed with Dorian Gray, a talented songwriter with a real sense of melody; I discovered him on Ray Cokes' set on France 4 and immediately programmed him at the Paleo Festival" David Hallyday: "I adore his music, melodically and harmonically it is very powerful, something happens when one listens to Dorian Gray"