There's always been a certain raw emotion to the music of NIGHT FRUIT. The Cambridge-based dream-pop trio continue to float on with various -gazing and stripped down post-punk tendencies, and their music has always carried forth a tranquil, almost hypnotic state. Their latest single, the hazy "Human Touch," follows the path carved out from 2010's Triangles EP and their Dark Horse 7-inch from earlier this year. The band passed along the Barry Marino-produced video for "Human Touch" earlier today for an exclusive premiere for On The Download.
It's a somber visual that aligns itself perfectly with the flickering, 4am lost headspace track, the first cut off the band's coming record.
Night Fruit - Human Touch from NIGHT FRUIT on Vimeo.
Next week Night Fruit head west for a string of dates in California, before a homecoming gig September 29 at O'Brien's Pub in Allston with 3D Cosby, Battle House, and Vending Machetes. Here's the full left coast run, be sure to tell your friends and relatives on the other side of the flyovers.
09.15: Los Angeles, CA - SILVERLAKE LOUNGE, with the Vespertines, Super River; 6pm, $5
09.16: Long Beach, CA - QUE SERA, with Slow Learner, Barrelhouser
09.17: Long Beach, CA - HARVELLE’S, with the Vespertines
09.18: Los Angeles, CA - THE YORK, with Henry Wolfe; free
09.19: San Diego, CA - SODA BAR, with Idyll Wild, Man Hands; 8:30 pm, $5
09.20: San Francisco, CA - THEE PARKSIDE, with Seatraffic, Tomihira, Between the Cities are Stars; $7, 9pm
09.22: Los Angeles, CA - PERMANENT RECORDS, with Wreck of the Zephyr; free, 6pm