The latest single from Toronto's Grizzly Coast is an alternative pop anthem to live music. "End of the Night" is a fun, energetic, impossibly danceable song about the joy Alannah Kavanagh (aka Grizzly Coast) feels during a night out experiencing her city's music scene. It's catchy and filled with fuzzy and swirling guitars, and is a pure joy for those of us missing our local music scenes desperately right now.
Kavanagh explains that the song "... was inspired by many long nights out in the Toronto music scene, having fun at shows and forgetting about whatever happened that week. I’ve got social anxiety - so I’ve always been a bit averse about going to parties, but finding the music community provided me with a bedrock of cool people that I had a lot in common with and was excited to see all the time. Shows became a place where I took the pressure off myself to always say the right thing because the music was so loud (ha). I could fully immerse myself in the moment, the art, the people, and not overthink anything – a lovely privilege."
You can listen to "End of the Night" below. The song will be included on Party of One, the upcoming EP from Grizzly Coast. For more on Grizzly Coast, check out the artist's website.
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