The Night Café — Mixed Signals

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The Night Café are a pop quartet from Liverpool who have just dropped their new single Mixed Signals that will feature on a new AA-side release coming this October.

The story of a misguided kid that goes off the rails, Mixed Signals is a journey through the heartbreak of a shattered relationship. Musically, the track is a jangly pop rock tune arriving just in time for these last days of summer.

Following their appearance on the BBC Introducing Stage at T in the Park this summer, the band have also announced a huge UK tour which features headline dates in December, as well as support runs with Sundara Karma and The Hunna in September and October.

The Night Café (all members are 18 years old) met in secondary school and bonded over a shared love for the traditional musical heritage of The Beatles and The Coral. The quartet eventually made the short trip upstairs to Whitewood recording studio where producer Robert Whiteley helped to polish their promising demos into the 2015 releases Growing Up and Addicted.

Mixed Signals — Single

by The Night Café 0.99 £


Tour dates:

September 16 | Heaven, London*
September 18 | Academy 2, Oxford*
September 19 | Trinity, Bristol*
September 20 | Institute, Birmingham*
September 21 | Arts Club, Liverpool*
September 22 | Rescue Rooms, Nottingham+
September 23 | The Haunt, Brighton+
September 25 | The Globe, Cardiff+
September 26 | Thekla, Bristol+
September 27 | Wedgewood Rooms, Portsmouth+ 
September 28 | Arts Club, Liverpool+
September 30 | Wardrobe, Leeds+
October 1 | Academy 2, Newcastle+
October 2 | The Garage, Glasgow+
October 3 | Academy 2, Manchester+
October 4 | Academy 2, Birmingham+
October 5 | The Forum, London+
December 3 | Arts Club, Liverpool
December 5 | The Bullingdon, Oxford
December 6 | Louisiana, Bristol
December 7 | Old Blue Last, London
December 8 | Bodega, Nottingham
December 9 | The Cookie, Leicester
December 10 | Sunflower Lounge, Birmingham

*with Sundara Karma
+with The Hunna


Originally published at Indie is not a genre.