London indie pop/indie rock band Latenight Honeymoon have unveiled their new single “Ellipsis“.
The track is out now and follows on from “When You Sit Next To Me” released earlier this year. Grab it here.
With ‘Ellipsis,’ Latenight Honeymoon takes listeners on a journey through desire and connection, weaving a tapestry of vulnerability and introspection. The opening verse captures an unyielding sense of longing, inviting reflection on the delicate balance between openness and loss fear. Themes of identity and disclosure permeate the work, resonating on a universal scale.
The song’s surreal elements, combined with the urgency of desire, create a unique and compelling narrative. With each iteration of the plea, ‘When are you gonna make up your mind?’, the listener is left suspended in a moment of profound introspection, a lingering question that resonates long after the final verse.
‘Ellipsis’ stands as a testament to the enduring power of poetry to move the soul and provoke contemplation.
Take a listen below.
Latenight Honeymoon released their debut singles Sunlight and For Heaven’s Sake, mixed by Mike Fraser, on the first day of Spring 2020 to deliberately state a new lease of life from a band who prior, only had a couple of demos available online and at live shows. These demos and their ferocious live act led to shows supporting Bloc Party, Bang Bang Romeo, King No-One & performing at Isle of Wight Festival 2019 & Truck Festival 2019.