Back And More Refined Than Ever, Women Of The Night
The Women Of The Night is a proto-punk gang all the way from New York who has consistently been delivering the heat! They give you this edgy outlook on the world around you with their rad visuals and electrifying music. In videos like “QUIET NIGHTS,” you can see how they give this interesting fusion of bright psychedelia and grainy rock n roll in not only the video but the song itself. Women Of The Night is also relaxing to listen to in a sense. Their music can be quite calming, especially the single “QUIET NIGHTS”.
A decadently sleazy band with a street talking attitude that will whisper in your ear and punch you in the guts. Somewhere in the vein of Velvet Underground meets The Birthday Party. Women Of The Night is the perfectly crafted mixture of soft and rough that will cater to a vast audience of listeners. They will leave a lasting impression on you through their enigmatic delivery and bold approach. Women Of The Night are taking every aspect of punk rock and transforming it into something much greater and expansive. It’s refreshing, refined, and riveting, We promise you, you have never seen punk rock like this before and we’re sure you won’t forget!
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Welcome back to BuzzMusic Women Of The Night! How have things been for you? Any exciting new occurrences in your career?
We've been great! Since we last spoke we had our recordings we had been working on stolen from a bar we were drinking at, which was devastating. The week this happened we played a great show with our friends from Montreal Dany Laj and the Looks and we were asked to come in and record at a very cool studio in the Lower Eastside called NYHed by their friends who were at the show. It was a really fortunate thing to happen and we jumped at the opportunity. We 've been pretty busy in the studio with it and are chipping away at a full length.
What’s the biggest challenge you face during the creation of your songs?
Making decisions. Personally I have a hard time making decisions in general. Everyone in the band has such great ideas and we really try to collaborate as much as possible and sometimes there are many ways we can take the direction of things so ultimately deciding where something will go is tough.
Which single you released this year that you feel best represents who “Women Of The Night” is?
Probably Leather Glove, it's just so fun to play and I think just puts a smile on my face. It's a sexy song and I always imagine it being played in a strip club. I think it would be fun to dance to, it has time signature changes and it has long-drawn-out vocals in the bridge. It has a raunchy feel and at times a desperate feel to it.
After watching the video to “Quiet Nights”, We enjoyed the vintage aesthetic. Was this inspired by any classic? If not, what was the vision you had for this video?
Thank you, the song is written in a very observational way and almost in a way similar to Hitchcock's Rear window but rather than the observations being visual it's more hearing/sound-related thing. We wanted to play with this idea visually so we wanted to shoot it in a subtle voyeuristic way to make it feel as though the viewer was watching the subject across the street and through a lens.
What’s the best adjective to describe the song “Quiet Nights” for you and why?
Haunting, I guess because the stories pretty morbid and depressing if you happen to listen to the lyrics. Essentially it's a very grim story about domestic violence. It's observational and as referenced above aims to read almost as novella. It's a pretty sad story.
What’s next in 2020 for you guys!? Any exciting upcoming touring dates?
We've been working on a full-length album and are looking to release it earlyish in 2020. We've been working really hard on it and we're really excited to release it. We truly feel it's the best representation of us to date and we can't wait to share it with people. Other than that likely some touring throughout the year.