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An Ordinary Day – Lent the Hand

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Check out An Ordinary Day's most recent electronic music video Lent the Hand. This is what An Ordinary Day had to say when we asked:

Was there a particular message you were trying to convey in this video? Why?

"The still image in this video was created to fit with the theme of the song, Lent the Hand. The coming together of the two hands, from unknown beings, portrays the idea of lending and accepting a helping hand, not only to give but also receive."

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Lent the Hand featuring Ned Singh on vocals blends elements of Electronic to Progressive House. It is fire and ice with energetic transients, and smooth melodies. It sends off a triumphant vibe and keeps one engaged in battle.

An Ordinary day, from Houston, brings together a fusion of smooth, soulful, and edgy vibes that capture the soundtrack of life. Drawing a diverse taste and take on music, An Ordinary Day takes the listener on a journey through use of multiple production elements that give a distinct, raw, and organic sound. The influence of various styles serves a melting pot of music, that meshes the real and ideal.

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