Night House Five Years old - Single Press release

Release: 5th July 2019

Format: Download/Stream

For fans of: James Blake, Bon Iver, Sparklehorse, Villagers

“…reference points could include everyone from Bon Iver to James Blake, alongside Brian Eno's more ambient works.” - Clash

Following the success of recent singles Unfold and To Be With, electro-folk outfit Night House return with their brand new single Five Years Old, out on 5th July 2019 via Back In The Woods Records.

Produced and mixed by Dan Brown (Massive Attack, Jerry Williams), the track is a bitter sweet look at childhood summers and past family life. Soaring californian harmonies, washed out guitar and soft strings sections blend with warm 70's drums, subtle electronic beats and icy synths. Five Years Old dives, twists and turns but all these elements are tied together by lead singer Nick Williams' crystal clear pure falsetto vocal.

Led by the aforementioned Nick Williams, Night House feature a host of Brighton's finest musicians with Alfie Weedon (double bass), Amy Squirrell (cello), Andrew Stuart Buttle (violin), Freya Bowes (clarinet), Juan Torán (electric guitar) and James Purvice (drums). Having supported the likes of Ben Howard, Willy Mason and The Magic Numbers, Night House have since gone onto pick up support from tastemakers sites such as Clash Magazine, PRS for Music, The Vinyl District and Come Here Floyd as well as premiering their video for Unfold on Attitude Magazine and To Be With on God is in the TV. The Latest single Five Years Old is taken from the forthcoming album Everyone Is Watching From Afar. Five Years Old is out on 5th of July 2019 via Back In The Woods Records.

"Truly stunning and intricate arrangement showcasing Williams’ intensity and talent as an artist. Emotive from the get-go, masterfully weaving lyrics and textured electronics providing the ultimate combination." Circuit Sweet (on Unfold) 

Nick Williams - Lead singer and songwriter
Alfie Weedon - Double Bass
Robin Squirrell - Cello
Alternative Cover - Five Years Old


Alice Humphreys

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