“This is such a great slice of emotional, comforting pop that fans of Jack Gray and Pinkish Blu would like.”
– Triple J, Declan Byrne
“My heart eyes are big for this track! Gleaming synth pop rock that lifts off and your voice Ellis sounds like gold. Love this.”
– Triple J, Claire Mooney
Loretta are back with their second release for the year in Late Night. Another pop burner, the latest from the piece comes heavy with the melodies, catchy vocals and bright production.
It’s a real treat for fans who have been following the band since their early days, while also standing strong as a fresh injection of pop music for newcomers to the fold.
Following on from left u on read back in March, Late Night revolves around that hectic feeling people get when they have that first emotional connection with someone new. Set against the sort of production acts like The 1975 and Pinkish Blu thrive on, Late Night is a solid bop while demonstrating the band’s strong dynamic as songwriters and performers.
“‘Late Night’ recalls the events of the first 24 hours after you meet someone you’re completely infatuated with, a day in the life of any 20-something. Ellis [Hall] brought in the initial idea and after being inspired by a conversation he’d had with a friend. Once he got started the song pretty much wrote itself. The rest of us fleshed out the arrangement a few different ways until we landed on something we were happy with. Following that some of our very talented friends had some fantastic ideas that really brought it all to life.”
Late Night is OUT NOW!
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