Red Skies Mourning – ‘Red Skies Mourning’ Album

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Red Skies Mourning
Red Skies Mourning

Red Skies Mourning

The superb Baltimore-based artist, Red Skies Mourning, has released a wonderful self-titled album. It is a release you need to hear this Summer!

‘Deep Moonlight’ opens the release with an intoxicating vibe that draws the listener in. We adore the layered vocals and affecting beat that adds a luscious texture to the piece. 

‘Dreamweaver’ is a stand-out song that evolves before the listener. We love the relatable lyrics and Red Skies Mourning’s instantly recognisable vocal performance. 

In addition, ‘Sands of Time’ features punchy production with memorable melodies that stay with the listener long after the music has ended. Finally, ‘Summer Shines’ closes the release, leaving the listener with an upbeat, feel-good vibe.

We are sure that ‘Red Skies Mourning’ will please existing Red Skies Mourning fans while simultaneously winning him an army of new ones too.


Red Skies Mourning says about his latest release, “Debuting my first self titled album. This is a roll-up of all my songs to date with three brand new ones and a modified version of ‘Paralyzed’ to make it more eerie!”

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He continues, “This is a focus on where I can take my music as a solo artist and evolve my sound! I think this is a great starting point for me and hope you enjoy!”

Formidable Artist

Red Skies Mourning (AKA Chris Aleshire) is a formidable artist who is making waves with this latest release. We are big fans of Red Skies Mourning and look forward to hearing where his music will go next. 


So make sure you add ‘Red Skies Mourning’ to your new music playlist this weekend. Red Skies Mourning is an artist who is on the rise, and we very much look forward to hearing what he will do next. Until then, ‘Red Skies Mourning’ is available to stream from the link below today; enjoy. 

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