Neu Pick: Night Beats sign to Heavenly, preview new album with ‘Sunday Mourning’

Night Beats sign to Heavenly, preview new album with ‘Sunday Mourning’

New album ‘Who Sold My Generation’ is due out next January.

Every weekday, DIY’s new music know-it-all Neu brings you one essential new song to get obsessed with. Today’s Neu Pick comes from new Heavenly Recordings recruits Night Beats.

Seattle three-piece Night Beats step out of a dusky crime thriller soundtrack. Their rough-edged, night-cruising take on trusty rock ’n roll has the hallmarks of a violent, all-thrills montage, and there’s no messing around when it comes to new song ‘Sunday Mourning’.

Taken from the group’s new album, ‘Who Sold My Generation’ (their first on Heavenly Recordings), they merge scorching guitar lines with distant vocals that oversee the scene. Danny Lee Blackwell leads proceedings, dark in execution but never afraid to switch gears when it’s needed.

‘Who Sold My Generation’ follows releases on Trouble In Mind and Burger Records, the latter of which put out Night Beats’ first two LP’s on cassette. They remain an under the radar gem, but chances are that won’t remain the case for long.

DIY’s got the first play of ‘Sunday Mourning’ - listen below and look out for the new album, due out 29th January.

Tour dates:

JANUARY
21 Dublin, The Grand Social
22 Leeds, Headrow House
23 Glasgow, ABC
24 Manchester, Soup Kitchen
25 Nottingham, The Lofthouse
26 Brighton, The Hope & Ruin
27 London, Oslo
28 France, Lille, L’aeronef
29 France, Paris, La Maroquinerie

FEBRUARY
01 France, Bordeaux, Le Bootleg
02 France, Lyon, Le Marche Gare
03 Italy, Bologna, Freakout Club
04 Italy, Brescia, Latteria Moloy
05 Croatia, Zagreb, Tvornica
06 Serbia, Belgrade, KC Grad
08 Austria, Vienna, Arena
09 Germany, Munich, Backstage Club
11 Switzerland, Vevey, Rocking Chair
12 Switzerland, Zurich, Zukunft
13 Switzerland, Geneva, L’ecurie
15 Germany, Stuttgart, Keller Club
16 Germany, Hamburg, Hafenklang
17 Germany, Berlin, Badehaus Szimpla
18 Germany, Dresden, Groovestation
19 Germany, Cologne, Tsunami Club
20 Belgium, Brussels – Magasin 4
21 Netherlands, Utrecht, Ekko

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