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Night Talks / Same Time Tomorrow
Album:Same Time Tomorrow Collection:General
Artist:Night Talks Added:06/2022

A-File Activity
Add Date:2022-08-21 Pull Date:2022-10-23 
Week Ending:25 Sep18 Sep11 Sep4 Sep28 Aug

 Recent Airplay
1.Sep 30, 2022:KZSU Time Traveler
Too Late
4.Sep 13, 2022:I Like to Dance: Shake Off Your Pants
Shake Me Awake
2.Sep 23, 2022:KZSU Time Traveler
5.Sep 09, 2022:KZSU Time Traveler
3.Sep 16, 2022:KZSU Time Traveler
6.Sep 06, 2022:I Like to Dance: Shake Off Your Pants
Dancing With My Eyes Closed

Album Review
Francis D
Reviewed 2022-06-26 
“Same Time Tomorrow” Night Talks
The L.A.-based indie alt-rock band, Night Talks, returns with its sophomore release. Now a 3-piece consisting of lead vocalist, Soraya Sebghati, Jacob Butler (guitar) and Josh Arteaga (bass), the focus is on guitar-driven rock with layers of synthesizers woven into the mix for a fuller sound. Some really catchy tracks.
— Francis

Recommended: 1, 8, 4, 2, 9, 3. No FCCs detected.

1. (3:28) Overcome — The first single. Shimmering synth-driven dream pop — with a confident bounce and hopeful lyrics about losing friends. ****
2. (3:28) Dancing With My Eyes Closed — According to the band, “Hip-shaking, sidewalk-strutting anthem.” A hint of dance, infused with a rock edge. ***
3. (3:47) Searching — Slinky, dance-y groove with a great rhythm. Energetic and fun with a captivating bass line. ***
4. (3:51) Shake Me Awake — Pensive, thoughtful lyrics powerfully delivered with an underlying tension by Sebghati. Synth pop rock — with sharper guitar-powered moments. ***
5. (3:57) Watching Waiting — Snappy, driving rock with an underlying pulse and powerful backbeat. Chugging guitar effects.
6. (4:19) Nowhere — Spacey sway. Wistful and melancholy. Plaintive vocals.
7. (3:48) Tell Me — Bouncy, slightly jazzy number. Glittery guitar effects. Fuzzy bass. Vocals soar and settle. Nice guitar solo in lead break.
8. (3:42) Too Late — Mid-tempo ballad. Strummed opening is reminiscent of “Rocky Raccoon.” Transforms after 75 seconds into a piano and bass-driven tune with a clock-like rhythm. Playful synth elements layered in. ****
9. (3:26) Stranger — Starts at a halting pace, then shifts into a march-like synth pop rock anthem with thumping drums and bass and powerful vocals. ***
10. (3:26) On And On — Light synth pop tune, with tape-spinning effects, chirping synths and backing vocals accompanying Sebghati’s lead.

Track Listing
1.Overcome 6.Nowhere
2.Dancing With My Eyes Closed 7.Tell Me
3.Searching 8.Too Late
4.Shake Me Awake 9.Stranger
5.Watching Waiting 10.On And On