The English psychedelic rock band Night Dials were introduced a couple of months ago.
From the AA side single Waiting At Your Door / Little Flame – Little Flame is a well over a minute longer than its accompanying track and Night Dials have used the extra running time, not to pack in more, rather to elongate the spaces. Consequentially Little Flame has a sense of isolated sadness that drifts around the room in a piano led piece of music which is latterly joined by strings accompanied by a sorrowful vocal that enhances the yearning nature of the track.
Night Dials is a garage-psychedelia quintet from England.
Night Dials – Waiting At Your Door / Little Flame – artwork
Released digitally last month was the AA side single Waiting At Your Door / Little Flame, a 7″ vinyl is being released on the 30th through Ciao Ketchup Recordings on bandcamp.
Waiting At Your Door, which lasts less then three minutes, finds drenching reverb slowing down the day as Night Dials release their psychedelia dripping lo-fi into the room, wrapping the listener in a sense of suspended animation.
As I write this on a nippy Autumnal morning Waiting At Your Door palpably brings a warmth to the air.