The NIGHT CAFE – ” 0151 “

Posted: December 16, 2019 in ALBUMS, MUSIC
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You know when you get to that time, I suddenly found myself saying such infamous quotes like ‘they don’t make music like this anymore’ and trust me – it scares me quite a bit. But on the bright side of things that can also work as a compliment, right? There’s something about the sound of Liverpool-based combo The Night Café that instantly clicked with me and I simply forgot to recommend it here , For me personally there’s a sense of old-fashioned beauty and nostalgia in their melody-driven indie-rock, something that reminds me of the heydays of the early 00s, I must say. From old Britpop heroes like Elbow and Doves, to the more melodic side of bands like Maximo Park – 0151, is the debut album of The Night Café is packed with plenty of reminiscences and ingredients of Britain’s long-lasting legacy of melody-driven guitar pop

‘Turn’ is taken from The Night Café, from their debut album ‘0151’ out 23rd August.

Songs like Turn and Finders Keepersare carried by a warm honesty and this really rare talent for melody and composition. In-between the album the Brits experiment with electronic and slightly more psychedelic elements as well but are eager to keep the focus on the songs. You can literally sense how they enjoy playing together; how they love to compose new songs, even if that results in a slightly overloaded album (it contains 18 tracks although lots of them are interludes). Maybe that’s what I love most about this little indie music gem called 0151 – it represents the youthful hunger for adventure, one that isn’t as saturated and worldly-wise as I might sometimes appear. It’s a reminder of music’s energy and power and I really hope it reaches out to the young at heart out there as well.

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