Four Nights releases second ever single, "Grow So Cold"

Dublin based Four Nights yesterday released his second-ever single, "Grow So Cold". Known to his friends as Tommy this follows on from his double-sided debut release, a release that has got well over 100k Spotify streams since being released.

There's been plenty of shone down on Four Nights by the BBC, and has also found its way into TikTok, ensuring that his music can suddenly go viral - as it sounds like it will.

Four Nights latest single is a set-up for the Dublin artist, with songs like this he is going down the route of being the next big musician from the Irish capital.

On "Grow So Cold" there's plenty of soft instrumentation on his latest single, his vocals are so airy and almost ethereal from the get-go. With plenty of smooth synth-lines, delightful droplet-esque noises are also heard during the chorus which both help lift up the vibe of the track to borderline epic.

There are also a lot of haunting melodies buried in the backing-track and some nods towards his influences, such as LANY (with the Piano keys) and the smooth production values which you'd usually find in The 1975's tracks.

Speaking about the new single Four Nights says "[The track was] written in the height of Irish lockdown, the song is inspired by a weakened relationship, due to the lack of effort being invested. Apart from the vocals, the entire song was produced in a bedroom."

With the success of his debut single, there's a lot to be excited about from one of Dublin's rising acts, so be sure to follow him on Spotify and his socials if you love what you hear.