"Dahab Days" is the highly anticipated third album from acclaimed British guitarist Rob Luft, whose impressive growth in Europe over the past few years has been propelled by his selection as a BBC New Generation Artist and collaborations with Elina Duni. Following the impactful debut of "Riser" in 2017, Luft solidified his reputation as a versatile guitarist and composer with his second album, "Life is the Dancer." With "Dahab Days," Luft continues to push his own boundaries and expand his sonic palette. This album showcases the addition of a string quartet, enriching his already captivating sound, and highlights the integral role of his talented band members. Luft's versatility shines through as he creates uplifting improvisations that evolve in hypnotic and contemporary ways, immersing listeners in a captivating and absorbing musical experience. Drawing inspiration from his time spent in Egypt's Dahab region during the pandemic, where much of the music was written, Luft infuses the album with a unique ambiance. Despite not overtly emulating the local musical traditions, the influence of his experiences in this remarkable setting permeates the compositions. The album features an exceptional lineup, including Rob Luft on electric and acoustic guitars and kalimba, Joe Wright on tenor saxophone, Joe Webb on piano and Hammond organ, Tom McCredie on bass guitar, and Corrie Dick on drum kit and percussion. "Dahab Days" also boasts special guest performances by Alice Zawadzki on vocals and violin, Byron Wallen on trumpet, and Steve Buckley on alto saxophone and penny whistle. "Dahab Days" is a significant milestone in Rob Luft's musical journey, demonstrating his artistic growth and ability to create captivating and contemporary compositions that push the boundaries of his craft.