Dark Circles has just released their debut album “One Golden Day”, which is already garnering raves: “I’ve been listening, basking in Dark Circles “One Golden Day”…it is wonderful. I am struck by the vintage feel that it possesses without sounding trite or corny. It’s like a homage to a generation of music, our generation, our music! And somehow in all of its production both the simple and complex, the lyrics, the harmonies, the instrumentation…it stays well clothed in a spirit of humility. And…like all things humble, there is tremendous power in itsability to elevate.” -Charisse Cooper, Philbrook Museum Of Art Adds Fred Mill of Blurt Magazine: "Deep blue indeed - and a remarkable album in every sense of the word." Currently, they are holed up in their Nashville TN multimedia bunker, The Pomegranate Room, working on their follow up album, videos and other warped goodies. Celeste grew up in New York, where her father was a professional pianoplayer/ accordionist, and her mother was a music teacher. She and hersiblings (Including John Convertino of Calexico) formed a band and hit the road early on. From Anchorage to Atlanta and everywhere in between. Since then she’s fronted a diverse array of bands; most notably, Downgirl. Pat, a Los Angeles native, is an artist as well as a musician. His grandparents were silver screen hoofers during the golden age of Hollywood. He too has participated in a vast assortment of musical projects; from the improvisational Sunz of Zorro to the garage punk DAVE. Together they have given birth to Dark Circles. A strange and haunted child.