The Minneapolis-based quartet released an ethereal song in which vocalist John Pelant sings about “being a sad bastard, bloated and alone in the haze, and losing your love over and over again”.

‘Feel Another Day’, the new ethereal song by rock act Night Moves, is the third in a series of serially-released singles following ‘Vulnerable Hours’ and ‘Fallacy Actually’.

Lead vocalist and guitarist John Pelant describes the song as about “being a sad bastard, bloated and alone in the haze, and losing your love over and over again.”

He continues,

“A well-constructed song does most of the heavy lifting, or so I tell myself… This one is probably the closest I am to all the songs, it’s the kid I secretly love the most. I recorded the guitar solo 80 different ways at home because I felt the studio takes were not good enough. If you lose your enchantment you are really in a bad place. Sometimes you have to go with your gut.” 

 

The new songs show the band’s next sstep towards evolving their sound, “trading in massive pop hooks that somehow manage to convey a sense of yearning melancholy but with a sense of maturity and perspective in the arrangements that comes with time.”

Night Moves have also announced a US summer tour, with stops in Chicago, Brooklyn, Philadelphia, D.C., and more. Additional info and tickets are available here.

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