N i G H T S prove that good things can come in twos with their new singles Magic and One — showcasing today on Tinnitist.
Complete with lush production and soaring vox, the Philadelphia duo’s double-sided single has something to suit anyone’s romantic needs. “One is dark,” bandmember Evan Hall says. “We wanted to explore the edgy, dark side of ‘tough love’ for whoever might not have a Valentine heading into this year.” On the other hand, says co-founder Corey Murphy, Magic “is the lustful and full of romantic sound that feeds the energy the season usually brings: love, appreciation, gifts, and candy.”
“This season can be very rejuvenating for some,” the duo add. “But for some people, it can be very lonely, or not a big deal, or they can’t wait until the day is over because they’re just not entertained by all the hearts and ‘puppy love’ flooding their news feeds. One and Magic are for either of those audiences, no matter what category they fall into. This project isn’t just for one person, it’s a hybrid of emotions that generate feelings on ‘the most romantic month of the year.’”