Introducing Night House, a Brighton based band that has just released their debut album Everyone Is Watching From Afar. The Nick Williams led band is inspired by the likes of James Blake, Bon Iver, Radiohead, Sufjan Stevens and Joni Mitchell. From their debut album Everyone Is Watching From Afar which was co-produced and mixed by Dan Brown (Massive Attack, Jerry Williams) and was written during a period of family bereavement with the personal lyrics drifting over warm strings and clarinets, where layered vocal harmonies meet icy synthesizers and electronic beats we find their latest single Bloodlines.
Singer songwriter and lead singer of the band Nick Williams had this to say about Bloodlines which focuses on a family rift. “I started writing bloodlines on the flight home from a trip to stay with my brother in Japan. It’s fair to say that we’re both very different people, with very different lives and we haven’t always seen eye to eye. I think we’d both seen this visit as a way of building a closer relationship but after two weeks in close proximity we both resorted to old ways and ended up having a huge blowout argument. Lots of the tracks on “Everyone Is Watching From Afar” are written about family relationships. I come from small family so this kind of fallout makes big waves and Bloodlines was me coming to terms with the past and working out what the future look like.”