On his fourth studio album, A Chronicle of Midnights, George Zhen takes the listener on a journey filled with questions about faith, love and universal connections. Layered with guitars, pianos and electronic elements, Zhen dares the listener to join him on a musical exploration that is both haunting and revealing.
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Organic, honest and sometimes ironic, this debut album from George Zhen journeys through a veritable midway of character-driven songs chronicling the adventures of lovers, warriors and falling stars.
A moody, melodic blend of electronic and organic sounds, drum loops and pianos, male vocals and harmonies riveted to a theme of humanity verses technology. A concept album.