Night Terrors of 1927 – “Fall Into You”

With a name like Night Terrors of 1927, you might expect some combination of thrash metal guitars, incoherent lyrics, and a general dearth of pleasing sounds. You might, then, be pleased to find a band that sits nicely alongside artists like The Neighbourhood, polished, radio-friendly rockers that don’t shy away from a dash of the weird. An unusual combination of icy and rousing, new single “Fall Into You” is rock for the current moment, filtering familiar sounds from different genres and sources without tipping its hand too much as to outside influences, a smooth blend. It’s immediately accessible without sacrificing a sense of reserved cool. Listen below.

  • The Pacific Youth

    If Jared Leto took Davey Havoks place in AFI.

  • Jon Tanners

    This is a mind blowing comment but I’m not sure why.

  • dave

    amazing. The beginning reminds me of some hardcore music I listened to a while back. The entire song is rad and all the sounds blend perfectly together