Longing for ‘Lots of Nights Out’ when lockdown is over, The Brave Faces return with their latest fast-paced single
Brighton based post-punk meets indie band The Brave Faces release their second single ‘Lots of Nights Out’. Influenced by the nostalgic 80s era, there’s a mixture of cross-genres in this one. For fans of post-punk, shoegaze and contemporary indie, The Brave Faces push boundaries with their stunning soundscapes.
The Brave Faces told us, “LONO is the second track we’ve released, and is a bit more fast-paced and poppy than the last one. It’s about unhealthy coping mechanisms and using heavy nights out as a distraction, instead of dealing with your problems head-on.
We’re putting together a music video for it, which we’re all working on separately from home. It’s challenging, but it’s turning out quite well so far!”
Featuring intertwining guitar melodies, the fast paced indie arrangement is driven through pulsating drums and a melodic bass lines. Throwing a dash of pop into the works, the memorable hook line in the chorus feels bright, while the lyrics deal with exhaustion. While the lyrics may have a slight sinister to their meaning, the overall feel makes you realise that if you just give things time, time heals all scars.
As the band’s second of three tracks recorded with Dave ‘Izumi’ Lynch (Jake Bugg, Toploader, The Magic Numbers at Echo Zoo Studios in Eastbourne, the glowing production compliments the songwriting with a colourful vision. A fantastic second single from The Brave Faces that’s destined to be a summer hit.