Romantic, nostalgic and utterly mesmerising. The Night VI are schooled from the same songbook as Fleetwood Mac. Like Mac, the sextet bathe their songs in melody, stunning harmonies and classic songwriting, making for a sonic palette that is completely irresistible. Their new track ‘Turn Your Light On Me’ is no exception to that rule.
A love song that centres around a triangle of longing and seduction. Told from the perspective of two women who are both vying for the attention of the same man. Vocalist Sophie-Rose Harper tells us it’s a song that was inspired by a past romance: “When I first met my ex, I was so into him that there were times I would feel abnormally paranoid and slightly possessed, therefore creating this scenario in my head. The heart can make you crazy, so Jack and I wrote about a love triangle. Two women in love with the same man and the conversation they have”.
The band are heading out on the road in April across the UK, with the brilliant Osca for a co-headline tour, for the full list of tour dates see below.
‘Turn Your Light On Me’ is taken from The Night VI’s forthcoming EP, which will be released 30th September on vinyl via Duly Noted Records. To pre-order the vinyl head here.
Tour Dates with Osca
April 09 – Soup Kitchen, Manchester
April 10 – The Harley, Sheffield
April 11 – Lennons, Southampton
April 12 – Louisiana, Bristol