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Ben Hazlewood Celebrates the LGBT Community in ‘Darkest Hour’

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Australian singer/songwriter Ben Hazlewood has recently released his “EOS” EP.

EOS follows up last Summer’s EP, VANTA, which featured the hit single “Wanted”. Hazlewood views the two EPs as a collective album.

Ben Hazlewood recently paired his song “Darkest Hour” with a touching video full of different clippings from recent events in celebration of the LGBT community. It really sheds light on how love prevails!

“This song is a reminder that through the darkness there is still light and strength within you to keep the fight alive. The video is a celebration of the LGBT community and everything that’s been achieved throughout the years working together to support each other as a community. A tribute to all the people that have paved the way for the future generations to grow and live with more love, understanding and acceptance.”

 

Ben Hazlewood – Photo by Nigel Barker

About Ben Hazlewood

Hailed by EQ Music as an “artist to watch” in 2016, Ben Hazlewood is a fiercely independent singer and songwriter who has the experience of someone twice his age, and a broad love of music that makes his own something timeless and wholly distinctive amidst a sea of aspiring voices.

Hazlewood’s EP, Vanta, was released on June 3rd, 2016 and featured the singles “Wanted” and “Paint Me Black ft. Mali Koa Hood“. Tracks from the EP were also featured in a series of live recordings from Ocean Way in Nashville which earned Hazlewood the acclaim of “one of the best vocal performances of the entire decade” from PopDust.

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