With voices so echoey and guitars so distorted, the Night Beats have almost incomprehensible lyrics. It’s almost as if they’re creating their own freak-rock language. For some bands, strong lyrics are the selling point for the artist, but for Night Beats it’s their unique sound. Night Beats have influences all over the rock spectrum such as psychedelic, garage, surf, and punk rock. There’s no easy way to define their genre. But, let me tell you, these three Seattle boys make a hell of a lot of noise. Excellent noise, I must add.
If you enjoy bands such as The Growlers, FIDLAR, Cosmonauts, or anyone off Burger Records, Night Beats might just be your new favorite band in the making. The band’s third album Who Sold My Generation releasing on January 28th. Linked below, you can listen to their single titled Power Child. Listening to this song, I found myself headbanging and dancing while taking me a few moments to consciously realize it. Hearing the song made me exuberant and filled with good vibes. Hopefully, the song will do the same for you.
Expect loads of crowd surfing at this show and possible moshing. Honestly, the equation for a fun time at a concert, in my opinion, are crowd surfing and moshing. It fills the venue with energy that you can’t shake off for days. Take along some friends for an epic time with Night Beats. Don’t miss out on this show!
Night Beats @ The Rickshaw Stop
Saturday, April 2nd