Have another dose of indie pop rock from Night Lights with yet again a brand new tune from them called "Childish". As you know, they formerly spent some time here in the Boston area, but now call LA their homebase where they are living out their dreams and realizing they are in full possession of where they envisioned their lives being when they went to school here at Berklee a few years back. I've known bassist Jeff Kinsey from his prior effort Me vs. Gravity that was more of a pop rock act, and whom also had much more longer hair back then as well! And to see him along with the rest of the band take their talents to the Golden State is about as big of a leap as you're going to get in this day of age, but the band has no regrets whatsoever about leaving the East Coast and are just beginning to expand their sound even further. "Childish" continues more of the dreamy, indie pop sounds that their prior new track "Take My Hand" displayed, but this one has more earth tones and the burgeoning musical bond of four friends who are starting to become a family in itself is beginning to take shape.
To take a listen to "Childish", it's available for streaming exclusively on Earmilk right over here, and don't forget to 'Like' Night Lights on Facebook over here and follow their adventures on Twitter at this perch here.