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"Brooks and Kavanaugh wisely decide to focus on catchiness above all else, which pays huge dividends. These are monster hooks that are designed to invade brains and stay inside for a long time." -- Pop Matters
"Catchy as Hell." -- Impose Magazine
L.A. synth band Night Club premiere a new single and announce the track listing and cover art to their forthcoming full length Requiem for Romance today via Crave Online. Hear and share the hook-laden track "Dear Enemy" HERE. (Direct Soundcloud).
Following quickly on the heels of their official soundtrack release to Comedy Central's Moonbeam City (Milan Records), Night Club returns with their debut full length LP Requiem for Romance. The album sees the band moving toward a louder, more bombastic electronic sound.
The latest single, “Dear Enemy”, embodies the darker lyrical tone of the entire LP. "It’s been a pretty rough year for us personally, so making this record was our only form of therapy,” says singer Emily Kavanaugh. “It’s the angriest, most introspective music that we’ve ever made, while still being ‘pop’ at the same time.”
Night Club previously released three EPs: Night Club (2012), Love Casualty (2013) and Black Leather Heart (2014). In addition to writing music for Moonbeam City (featuring Rob Lowe) the band just finished composing the score for the upcoming feature film Nerdland (featuring Paul Rudd).
Requiem for Romance will be available on iTunes, Amazon, Google Play, Apple Music and Spotify on Friday, October 7th through Gato Blanco.
NIGHT CLUB LIVE:
10/07 San Francisco, CA @ DNA Lounge - Turbo Drive (LP release show)
10/08 Phoenix, AZ @ The Grid
10/14 Denver, CO @ Synth Prom at 1010 Workshop
10/21 Brooklyn, NY @ Trans Pecos
10/22 Newark, NJ @ QXT’s
10/30 Los Angeles, CA @ TBA
11/10 Austin,TX @ Nite School at Cheer Up Charlie's
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