Oklahoma Metropolis singer, songwriter and musician Chase Kerby and his new band Lodge Nights have a brand new EP, single and music video out, and the latter is a temper for at present’s Oklahoma snow day.
As previously reported, Kerby first launched us to his new venture again in the summertime with the catchy but bittersweet debut single “Overlook the 80’s.”
“Lodge Nights was an concept that began forming in my head again in 2016. The identify got here to me after driving by Tulsa late one night time on my manner again dwelling. I noticed folks strolling into a budget motel rooms positioned on the outskirts of city and questioned what their ‘resort night time’ was like,” Kerby defined in an electronic mail.
“I began the band as a result of I wished to separate myself from my musical previous and begin recent. So in July of 2019, I scrapped all of the songs I might been engaged on and began writing all new materials. I’ve had quite a lot of nice experiences by music (nationwide excursions with large acts, being on ‘The Voice,’ and many others.), however none of these experiences outlined me as an artist or an individual. All of the songs I used to be writing had been made to be performed with a band.”
The lineup for Lodge Nights is Kerby on vocals, guitar, piano, synth and percussion; Garrison Brown on lead guitar and trumpet; Dustin Ragland on drums and percussion; John McCall on bass, organ and piano; and Adam Ray on saxophone and varied woodwinds.
Lodge Nights’ sophomore single “Pains of the Weekenders” options the identical craving, pressing rock sound evident on “Overlook the 80’s.”
“The tune ‘Pains of the Weekenders’ is about discovering your self in a world of chaos and deciding what’s greatest for you. It is about discovering self consciousness, going through the toxicity of the acquainted, and discovering hope in the long run,” Kerby mentioned.