Nightly release a brand-new song, “Twenty Something,” today on Interscope Records. “Twenty Something” follows the February release of “No Call, No Reply,” kicking off a wave of new music coming from this emerging, alt-pop band. “Twenty Something” was produced by Keith Varon and Nightly and is available now via all digital retailers. Listen to “Twenty Something” HERE.
Nightly are currently in the midst of a headline tour having played to sold out audiences in Los Angeles, Atlanta, Chicago and more. The final stop on this tour will be a sold-out gig in their hometown of Nashville, TN at Exit/In. See below for remaining tour dates.
Nightly, formed by cousins Jonathan Capeci and Joey Beretta, and with the edition of drummer Nick Sainato, have released a steady stream of music since their 2016 debut honest EP, which featured the 8 million-plus streamed single “XO.” Nightly spent the next couple of years on the road supporting The Night Game, K.Flay, and The Struts on tour; two sold-out run of dates supporting NF in the U.S. and several dates overseas. In 2018 Nightly released their long awaited second EP, The Sound Of Your Voice. The six track EP features fan favorites, “Holding On,” which was recognized by Alt Pressand has amassed over 6 million plus streams on Spotify, “Phantom,” which was featured in Idolator’s New Music Friday roundup and “Who Am I To You,” which Refinery29 called “perfect for long drives and car dance parties.”
Below is a list of remaining 2019 North American headline dates for Nightly:
March 29 Washington DC DC9
March 30 Columbus, OH The Basement
March 31 Nashville, TN Exit/In