Americana act Midnight North recently released Under The Lights and will hit the road this fall in support of the studio album. Midnight North also issued a video for Under The Lights track “The Highway Song.”
Vocalist Elliott Peck told American Songwriter that “The Highway Song” was “inspired by a particularly beautiful stretch of country that follows the Shenandoah River across the Mason Dixon line, as well as the new people, places and venues I experienced on my first time touring the east coast. The song to me evokes the feeling of longing after you’ve experienced a beautiful moment. The moment is gone but you are never the same after having experienced it.”
Watch the official video for “The Highway Song”:
Midnight North will follow an appearance at Lockn’ this month with a series of fall dates. The band plays Nevada on September 2 and then heads to the Northeast later in the month. Midnight North’s fall run in the Northeast includes stops in Boston, Albany, Burlington, Bridgeport, Woodstock, Brooklyn, Pittsburgh, Philadelpiha and Washington D.C. Other dates on the calendar for the group are a pair of Colorado shows in late October and performances in Santa Cruz and San Francisco in early November.
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