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Release date: 
June 5, 2012
Total songs: 
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All of Us, Together

The odyssey surrounding around Teen Daze can somewhat parallel the allure seen with The Weeknd, being that both artists have quietly released mixtapes and singles only to somewhat disappear for a period of time. Also, both have used ambiguous monikers and instead focused on letting the music suck you in. Jamieson Cox (aka Teen Daze) has finally given audiences a full-length debut album featuring nine chillwave tracks. Regarded as somewhat of a quiet introvert, Teen Daze taps into a style of music that seeds pop ambiance into stretched out mystic melodies.

In his own words,"I came upon an old book at a thrift store called Utopian Visions, an encyclopaedic volume of different views on what utopia might look like, which became a huge inspiration. Especially when considering the future of our world as it actually unfolds. We're becoming more and more self-reliant, more and more separated from our communities. I wanted to make a record that sounded more synthetic but also inviting-this is futuristic music with a heart."