We’ve received another gem in our inbox today. The band At Nigh’, hailing from Mons, Belgium, has just dropped their latest single, “The Prayer”. This track seamlessly fuses electronic indie rock, showcasing the band’s sophisticated touch. Alongside the single, we’re also introducing its accompanying music video. For those curious, the band’s name, ‘At Night’, is indeed inspired by a song from The Cure’s 1980 album “Seventeen Second”.
This release is a 2-track single, featuring both the radio edit and the Prosecco mix of “The Prayer”. It was produced at Studio Kargo by Pierre Dumoulin and saw its mixing and mastering done by Raffaele Neda d’Anello at Studio Meatbeat. It wis the follow-up to the March 2023 released 6-track EP “Teen Crisis” which was also their debut (you can check it out below).
From the 20th of August, there will also be a limited CD single version available for “The Prayer”, with only 200 copies up for grabs. Fans can get ahead of the curve and pre-order on Bandcamp. Additionally, keep an eye out for their upcoming EP, “California Girl”, set to launch in September 2023.
At Night is a musical quartet and consists of: Cendrine (vocals), Massimo (guitar, synths, programming), Sébastien (bass, backing vocals, synths), and Hervé (drums). Since February 2022, they’ve been busy composing and recording their aforementioned debut EP, which was released on 17th March 2023.
Do take a moment to watch the music video for “The Prayer”, and you can listen to the complete single on Bandcamp.
This is the band’s debut EP, “Teen Crisis”.
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