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[PREMIERE] GoodNight the Satellite – 14 Hours

Written by: Grant Owens

Brooklyn’s Goodnight the Satellite has released their new song “14 Hours”, the follow up to their debut single released last year. GNTS likes to collaborate with their NYC friends, and this track is no different. It was mixed by the unbelievably talented Luke Moellman from Great Good Fine Ok.

“14 Hours” has a sparkling synth-pop sound with a dreamy nostalgic flare. Frontman Sam Nulton wrote the song about the first time he discovered one of his favorite artists, and the feeling of that night. It’s an ode to those epic nights where you get lost in the energy of the room, and forget whatever you were worried about for a few hours.

After spending years on the road with professional a cappella groups, Nulton infuses GNTS’ songs with thick vocal harmonies. He says he likes the idea of being able to make music that invites people in. “I want my music to be filled with joy, and what better way to do that than to make some pop music to dance to.”

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