Posts Tagged ‘The Night Game’

November 25, 2017

The Night Game have proven themselves to be permanent residents in the indie/alt scene these past few months after having toured with John Mayer and collaborating with production bigwig Kygo on his song, Kids In Love. None of it came as a surprise to us after The Night Game made such a splash in the scene with their retro hued, nostalgia laden pop rock on debut single The Outfield. It’s almost unfathomable that a band hurtling towards quick success only has a couple of singles under their belts. The recent music video for The Night Game’s second song Once In A Lifetime gives us the opportunity to enjoy the mellifluous dallying, guitar shimmering, and steady drawling alt gem. You can stream/download Once In A Lifetime, here.

October 23, 2017

It’s always rather vindicating when an emerging indie act we’ve been praising, like Boston’s The Night Game, makes a much welcome cameo on a well established artist’s new song. The alt band, who’ve already made quite a name for themselves this year and toured with the likes of John Mayer on top of their own headlining tour, lend their vocals to Kygo’s nostalgic new song, Kids In Love. It’s an alt pop and indie dance leaning turn for the producer once most known for his tropical house compositions, and a very heartrending, mellifluous lulling listen at that. Get ready to soar through the sky to this sweeping anthem, which is also available to stream via Spotify, here.

August 23, 2017

Boston up and comers The Night Game made a resounding splash when they made their debut with an infectious song named The Outfield. The band has since toured with John Mayer and are currently on a headlining North American tour, with five new California dates added for September. They’ve also shared their debut lyric video for The Outfield, giving us the prime opportunity to let them steal our hearts with their retro hued, 80s inspired, and nostalgia laden pop rock. The Outfield’s music video was directed by none other than Dev Hynes, or Blood Orange. The Night Game’s front man, Martin Johnson, explains that he wanted to portray the lyrical intent of the song and the idea of swimming upstream. They filmed on a gruesomely rainy day to capture fighting against a sea of umbrellas, ultimately capturing the heart of the song. The Outfield is out on iTunes, here.