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The Night Cafe tease their debut album with a new video for ‘Endless Lovers’

Their first full-length is coming this summer.
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Published: 5:13 pm, March 04, 2019Words: Sam Taylor.
The Night Cafe tease their debut album with a new video for ‘Endless Lovers’

The Night Cafe have shared a new video for ‘Endless Lovers’.

It’s the first track from the Liverpool four piece’s upcoming debut (not yet announced) album, due for release this summer.

Speaking about the track, frontman Sean Martin says: "For me, 'Endless Lovers' has an important message that you should sort of ‘check yourself before you wreck yourself’ in a relationship. You can feel like everyone around you and your significant other is against you, and 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.”

Catch the band on tour with Circa Waves from 15th April, as well as Community, Sounds of the City and Reading & Leeds this summer.

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