The epic track, a set closer, has become a fan favorite over the last year of touring. "Much like their previous material, 'Always Take You Back' at times shines through with an almost majestic feel," Earmilk said of the song. The band will again hit the road this fall when they join indie-electro band Capital Cities on tour beginning October 23 in Tampa, FL (see full itinerary below). The dates follow the band's appearances at San Francisco's Outside Lands Music & Arts Festival tomorrow (August 8) and Austin, Texas's ACL Music Festival (October 3rd-5th and 10th-12th). Additional dates will be announced soon. For complete details and ticket information, please visit www.nightterrorsof1927.com.
Night Terrors of 1927 (consisting of Blake Sennett, formerly of Rilo Kiley and The Elected, and Jarrod Gorbel formerly of The Honorary Title) arrived late last year to critical praise with the release of their debut EP, "GUILTY PLEAS." SPIN praised the band for crafting "darkly cathartic synth-pop," further noting its "open-hearted, high-dram glory." Neon Gold described the single "Dust and Bones" as a "post-apocalyptic kumbaya of epic proportions that will possess and save you in the same breath. It's a beautifully orchestrated four and a half minutes of fatalistic bliss." Pigeons and Planes declared "GUILTY PLEAS" to be "rock for the current moment." Esquire said of the band, "this is…Jarrod Gorbel's blatantly, unapologetically swinging for the fences…and bat meets ball in a big way."
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