View19 invite you along on their Big Night Out — showcasing today on Tinnitist.
Two months after the release of their debut studio album Daydreaming, the Connecticut pop-rock duo are celebrating the summer on their new single. As its name implies, Big Night Out is an upbeat track about going out on the town and having fun.
To help relay that message, the listener is met with a consistently groovy pop bassline which calls back to the mid-1970s disco era. Along the way, you’re met with a multitude of different keyboard and synth sounds which perfectly complement the soothing backup vocals of View19 songwriters and co-founders, Sean Lorden and Lorenzo Biscotto.
“Although View19 is a duo, we owe a tremendous amount of gratitude to the many people in our spheres of influence,” the pair say, “including all the artists, engineers and, frankly, people from all walks of life that provide us with assistance, inspiration and opportunities for collaboration.”
Since discovering his grandmother’s vintage Baldwin piano as a kid, Sean has been continuously improvising riffs and songs. Lorenzo, on the other hand, has been filling notebooks and journals with lyrics and poetry for decades. After years of friendship, they began making music together, and 2019 seemed like the right time to form View19. Their entry to the music scene was their debut single Face to Face in the Dark.
“Since then, we’ve never really stopped creating new music,” they say. “It’s a labour of love. We have a ton of musical and artistic influences that span a wide range of time, and our music doesn’t tend to fall into any one particular category. If there is one thing we typically strive for, it would be to create songs that are heartfelt and insightful. Maybe that’s two things.”