Liverpool band, The Night Café, have returned with their first release in 18 months – ‘Isn’t’.
With characteristically muted instrumentals, ‘Isn’t’ rises into sparkling choruses, backed by delicate guitar work and softened drum beats. Staying close to the shadowy indie rock sound they crafted with their debut album; ‘Isn’t’ sees The Night Café evolve within their production, contrasting crisp vocals against subdued melodies, whilst remaining true to their guitar-focused roots.
Discussing the new single, lead singer, Sean Martin said “‘Isnt’ captures the feeling of loss/betrayal in a relationship. Basically just a bad relationship where both people end up disliking each other but the feeling of love is still hard to lose.“
Set as the first release from the band’s new EP, ‘For Better Days’ (arriving 23rd April); ‘Isn’t’ comes with a music video directed by Charlotte Patmore, available to watch here: