Dark Dark Dark is an American folk band based out of Minneapolis, Minnesota. Formed in 2006, the band has toured extensively in the United States and Europe and is known for their blend of New Orleans jazz, Americana, Eastern European folk and pop sensibilitieThe band has also participated other artistic ventures, including acting and scoring bass player Todd Chandler’s film Flood Tide, as well as taking part in “Swimming Cities of the Switchback Sea” a SWOON project, performance art piece which traveled by rafts made of junk down the Hudson river from Troy to Long Island City, Queens. The band not only performed music for the piece, but helped to build the rafts. In May and June 2009 the project ventured to the Adriatic sea where it traveled from Slovenia to Venice for the Venice Biennial.[8] In 2008, the band participated in a site-specific installations at the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art (MASS MoCA) titled “Being here is Better than Wishing We’d Stayed,” (after the song “New York Song” on The Snow Magic album), In The Netherlands for The VanAbbeMuseum’s Heartland Exhibition, where they helped build an interactive installation constructed from salvaged materials. They also performed a free outdoor concert at the museum.


Interview With Dark Dark Dark

We love working with pictures and collaborating with other projects and media. The recording that resulted from that is still unreleased, but it is one of our best recordings, for certain. We can’t wait to share it

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