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May 9, 2008 Matt Mays had an ambitious plan: write and produce a full-length, feature film and score the music for it. The movie, When the Angels Make Contact, would be a story of heartbreak and the universal search for meaning in an often lonely and dark world. The music would tell the story in song. Though he couldn't afford to finish the film, he did finish the album. Sharing the movie's title, it's a cinematic collection of beautifully dark, experimental rock pieces.
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