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FELICITY Reminisces About “Nights In Your Bed” On New Single

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[Photo by: Niles Gregory]

Marking their third single of the year following the successful release of “Charlie Sheen” alongside Point North’s Jon Lundin in February and “Lovesick Blues” in May, FELICITY has dropped “Nights In Your Bed.” 

“‘Nights In Your Bed’ is an extremely personal song for us, and the writing process was a very therapeutic experience,” the band shares in a press release. “Several of us suffered our own heartbreak this past year. As we crafted the song, we delved into the depths of our own tumultuous breakups, transforming pain into poetry and heartache into harmony. Although all good things must come to an end, we are so thankful to have this song forever.”

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A perfect start to the summer, the shimmering new single bursts through with a magnificent array of instrumentation and an infectious chorus. The track opens with a bright, steady guitar riff that immediately sets a sun-soaked, mid-2000s emo nostalgic tone. As the song builds and erupts in the chorus, lushly layered vocals and vibrant synths weave in and out, creating a dreamy soundscape that complements the summery vibe. Through lyrics such as the sing-along-worthy, “I can’t forget what you said/We made better friends than lovers/Admit it/Don’t pretend that you never saw this coming,” the group recognizes that some relationships are best left as memories. Listen to “Nights In Your Bed” below.

Following their performance at So What?! Music Festival earlier this month, FELICITY is preparing for a special headlining performance at Sad Sun Fest in Tampa, FL. Tickets for the mini-festival event are available to purchase here.

Performance Dates:

  • July 6—Tampa, FL @ Crowbar (Sad Sun Fest)
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