Based out of Los Angeles, Night Terrors of 1927 play a distinct, vocally led blend of indie pop that carries a soothing and infectious vibe. Made up of the former guitarist from Rilo Kiley and the frontman of the now disbanded Brooklyn-based group The Honorary Title, Night Terrors of 1927's have one EP under their belt with 2013's Guilty Pleas (Atlantic Records). Since the release, the duo have been touring in support of the album, releasing remixes of the standout song "Dust And Bones" and two official music videos.
Back with their first taste of new material since last year, "Always Take You Back" is a warming ride. Opting for a more traditional backing then the heavy synth found on their debut EP, "Always Take You Back" is like a snowball rolling down a steadily slanted hill. As the song progresses it continues to layer on new exciting elements while continually remaining grounded by a driving drum beat. Much like their previous material, "Always Take You Back" at times shines through with an almost majestic feel, set forth by the mix between the distant backing and lead vocals through the hook.
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If you enjoy their sound pick up Night Terror of 1927's debut EP via iTunes here.