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Give in to the Night

by Latvian Radio

Blends these power pop icon's signature melodic hooks with angular, abrasive guitars and at times a stark post-punk ambiance.
Genre: Rock: Garage Rock
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1. Up All Night
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2. 21st Century Shakedown
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3. Tokyo Rain
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4. Trick Mirror
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5. Give in to the Night
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6. She's Back to Kill Again
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7. This Conversation
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8. Fire & Fury
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9. Punk Rock Blue
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10. One Last Look
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11. So What?
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
“There is something glorious about these big chorus hooks, multidimensional new wave flecks, 1965 Kinks bounce, plus crafty, welcome political distaste.”
- Jack Rabid, Big Takeover Magazine
With their own brand of indie-power pop LATVIAN RADIO has been a mainstay on college radio and critically acclaimed since they burst on to the scene 15 years ago.
With their 7th release they have made their most prolific and ambitious album to date blending their boisterous, signature melodic hooks with a stark post-punk ambiance.
"Six prior LPs by this New York power-pop institution established pedigree, "Give In To The Night" steps up their game. 2017's overlooked gem "Pick Your Poison Pick Your Blues" revealed their maturation, but perfecting that craft is in order here.
- Jack Rabid, the Big Takeover Magazine

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