«So they spoke, sending forth their beautiful voice, and my heart desired to listen, and I commanded my comrades to free me…» But they didn’t. Still, even Odysseus, Homer’s epic hero, could not resist the tempting chant of the two sirens that sat on the island he and his fellows had to pass by. In this way, Homer’s Apologue warns us about the irresistible and therefore dangerous power of music. Believe it or not, Sirens Of Lesbos’ first release «Long Days, Hot Nights» makes Homer’s warning come true. Timeless, pitched down vocals and a warm, lush, lulling and satisfied piano tell the tale of a place where the boundaries between reality and fantasy become blurred and where space and time lose their purpose – a place to get lost in. Maybe Homer was right and music is a dangerous thing. Be that as it may, Sirens Of Lesbos’ «Long Days, Hot Nights» makes danger feel pretty awesome.