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The Night Café have debuted a new track 'Endless Lovers'

It's the first taster of their forthcoming debut album, set for release later this year.
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Published: 10:00 am, January 24, 2019
The Night Café have debuted a new track 'Endless Lovers'

The Night Café are back with the first track to surface from their forthcoming debut album.

Titled 'Endless Lovers', it previews the full-length which is set to arrive later this year, following up on their second EP 'Bunkbed', which dropped last summer.

The track is a backdoor indie banger, driving through the shadows before latching on with both hands.

Speaking about the track, frontman Sean Martin said: "For me 'Endless Lovers' has an important message that you should sort of ‘check yourself before you wreck yourself’ in a relationship. It's about me being depressed and feeling like everyone around you and your significant other is against you, and it cuts so deep that you just want to push them away.

"The song was written from a hypothetical point of view, but also I did feel like that at the time with no valid reason apart from my head just being fucked. I’m sure people will have felt the exact same way. But in many ways this song can be whatever you need it to be about."

The Night Café are hitting the road with The Wombats next week, where they'll finish up with a huge show at Wembley's SSE Arena. They'll then head out for an April spin with Circa Waves before a summer of festivals already including Community and Manchester's Sounds of the City.

You can check out 'Endless Lovers', and those tour dates, below.

JANUARY
26 First Direct Arena, Leeds (with The Wombats)
28 Newport Centre, Newport (with The Wombats)
29 O2 Academy Bournemouth, Bournemouth (with The Wombats)
31 O2 Academy Birmingham, Birmingham (with The Wombats)

FEBRUARY
1 SSE Arena, Wembley, London (with The Wombats)

APRIL
15 O2 Academy, Oxford (with Circa Waves)
16 Rock City, Nottingham (with Circa Waves)
18 O2 Academy, Glasgow (with Circa Waves)
19 Victoria Warehouse, Manchester (with Circa Waves)
20 Foundry, Sheffield (with Circa Waves)
23 O2 Institute, Birmingham (with Circa Waves)
25 O2 Academy, Bristol (with Circa Waves)
26 Roundhouse, London (with Circa Waves)
27 Newcastle University, Newcastle (with Circa Waves)

JUNE
30 - Community Festival 2019 - Finsbury Park, London

JULY
6 - Sounds of the City - Castlefield Bowl, Manchester

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