Friday, April 29, 2022

Night Court - "Brighten the Corner"

The first thing you're going to think of when you hear the new single from Night Court is Pavement. "Brighten the Corner" obviously will make you think of Pavement's 1997 album Brighten the Corners. Night Court also have a little bit of a 90's indie rock vibe on this latest song. There may be some Pavement similarities, but the title is going to be the strongest. This new song is much too upbeat to be anything that came out of the cynical 90's indie scene. If anything it's like The Polyphonic Spree goes 90's indie rock, and who doesn't want that?

Guitarist/vocalist Dave Patterson says of the new song:

"The song reflects on the idea that individuals can make the world at large a better place by improving their own small corner of it."

You can watch the video for "Brighten the Corner" below. Nervous Birds Too is due out May 6 on Snappy Little Numbers and Debt Offensive Records, and can be pre-ordered here. For more on Night Court, check out the band's Twitter and Bandcamp. Upcoming tour dates are below the video.

May 7th Vancouver BC at Black Lab /w Brutal Poodle
May 12th Ymir BC at Ymir Schoolhouse /w The Shit Talkers
May 13th Edmonton AB at Sewing Machine Factory /w Real Sickies
May 14th Calgary AB at Palomino /w Real Sickies
May 28th Vancouver BC at Red Gate /w The Tranzmitors

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