Synthwave’s foremost rockers are back with one of their most powerful tracks to date. Simultaneously epic and intimate, "Takes All Night" pairs dream-like synths and robust guitar chords with a heartfelt vocal performance that will keep listeners glued to their speakers. The composition is packed with inspired touches, from percussive accents and hand claps to a vigorous guitar solo, and it reveals a pair of artists at the top of their game.
"Takes All Night" follows on the heels of "Bright Lights," and the singles pave the way toward the group’s next major release. Both new songs bring the act’s signature hard rock sensibilities to spirited creations that never back down, and they signal big things to come from LeBrock.
released August 9, 2019
Written by Michael Meadows & Shaun Phillips
Published by FiXT Music
Produced by LeBrock
Mixed & Mastered by Justin Paul Hill
supported by 22 fans who also own “Takes All Night (Single)”
This is the album that got me into synthwave in the first place - specially the track Vampires. Awesome sax solo! Gets stuck in your head and refuses to come out again :-). The whole album is like a lost romance that never was - and a perfect summer soundtrack. Attreides
supported by 20 fans who also own “Takes All Night (Single)”
This is the autumn to Endless Summer's romance that never was - a bit darker, yet longing, strangely haunting and wishful. Light Years (together with Nikki Flores) is like a duet of two lovers apart.
Also a great album for walking around after sunset! Attreides
supported by 17 fans who also own “Takes All Night (Single)”
This album is basically a beautiful reflection on days spent in the arcade that never were - or is a part of them real? In essence this is a nice reflection of the changing times.
No saxophone, but still a nice album that leaves you longing for more. I'll just leave a line from my favorite song here
Kids grow up and move away
They close the plant, then the mall arcade - (And I'm sad there's no real pinball anymore around here!)
We grow up and move away
The seasons pass but the monsters stay. Attreides