The Night Won't Try to Hide Their "Intentions"

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The Night soar triumphant with sonic exuberance in their new track "Intentions" off their album "Question Everything".

Loud, lush and resonant with vibrant energy...

Standing on the sea-floor...

Whales and whirlpools... Otherworldly.

Lost to your own world, you're visiting here.

Return isn't an option anymore.

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"Arrange the words in sequence so they make sense to read..."


Each and every chord strike in the Night's "Intentions" rushes the senses; a sudden surge of ebullient energy.

There's a definite Bruce Springsteen sense of saturation to their sound. "Intentions" feels high octane without gritty guitars or a speedy tempo. Instead, elements build to a tidal crescendo, crashing and recoiling with regularity.

Keys pulse out a cadence at song's start, starting to dissolve into a swell of guitar chord color in short time. Time keeps at the steady thump of a heavy bass note and notes, narrow at first, expand to a collective cloud of audible chroma. It's all-encompassing.

This track is to a listening experience what a wave pool is to swimming; dynamic, at times nearly overwhelming and extremely enjoyable overall. Come swim, the water's fine.

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