Minneapolis-based quartet Night Moves have released their new single, “Feel Another Day” complete with three-part harmonies, roving pedal steel and ethereal string synths. The track is about “being a sad bastard, bloated and alone in the haze, and losing your love over and over again,” says John Pelant, lead vocalist and guitarist.
Pelant 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.”
Night Moves have also announced a US summer tour, with stops in Chicago, Brooklyn, Philadelphia, D.C., and more. Tickets are available HERE and dates are listed below.
Night Moves tour dates:
July 22 – Evanston, IL, SPACE
July 23 – Hamtramck, MI, The Sanctuary
July 24 – Lakewood, OH, Mahall’s 20 Lanes
July 26 – Brooklyn, NY, Elsewhere Roof
July 27 – Philadelphia, PA, Johnny Brenda’s
July 28 – Washington, DC, Union Stage
July 29 – Pittsburgh, PA, Club Cafe
July 30 – Columbus, OH, Rumba Cafe
July 31 – Louisville, KY, Zanzabar
Aug 2 – St. Louis, MO, Off Broadway Nightclub
Aug 3 – Milwaukee, WI, Shank Hall