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Electronic/Alternative Project NightNight Releases New Single “Maybe It’s Too Late”

NightNight is Yasmin Maryam Haddad. Photo credit: Joel Garland

SONG APPEARS ON 13-TRACK ALBUM ‘LOVE DECAYED’—PRODUCED BY SYLVIA MASSY—DUE OUT JANUARY 28, 2022

NightNight—the electronic/alternative project from Yasmin Maryam Haddad—draws influence from her predecessors such as Massive Attack, Garbage, Depeche Mode and Bat for Lashes using a combination of analog synths, cutting edge technology and live instrumentation. Today, October 22, NightNight (aka Yasmin Maryam Haddad) has released the single “Maybe It’s Too Late.”  

The song will appear on her upcoming debut album Love Decayed set for release January 28, 2022 on NoCut Entertainment.  With 13 cuts produced by Sylvia Massy (Prince, Tool, System of A Down, R.E.M), “Maybe It’s Too Late” is one of the more up-tempo songs in the collection with lyrical content addressing feeling misunderstood and alone. Centered around a drum beat from the Dave Smith Tempest along with a myriad of analog synths, it’s lead comes from an Arturia Microfreak, an experimental hybrid synth that blends wavetable and digital oscillators with analog filters.

Listen to “Maybe It’s Too Late” here: smarturl.it/lgrs9m

“When writing this, my mind was really fixated on the long legacy of artists who managed to make tragic music danceable,” says Haddad. “The whole album was at one point titled ‘Maybe It’s Too Late’ because, at the time, I believed that. Maybe it was too late for a particular relationship, for my own redemption, for the world we live in. Hopefully, I was wrong.”

“Maybe It’s Too Late” follows Love Decayed’s first offering “Ashes,” co-produced by Chris Harms from Lord of the Lost with video by Frank Coleman

About NightNight:

NightNight is the electronic / alternative project from Yasmin Maryam Haddad. Currently residing in Brooklyn, this classically trained violinist, guitarist, singer and recording engineer emerged from the Las Vegas music scene. The child of an Iranian cab driver and a Moroccan American dancer and poet, Yasmin started early in music performing on the Las Vegas strip and with local bands including The Killers where she was a featured player on their Sam’s Town album. After leaving Las Vegas, Haddad relocated to Seattle, WA where she continued to embed herself in the local music and recording scene while engineering at Clatter & Din Studios. NightNight was born during this time. NightNight draws influence from her predecessors such as Massive Attack, Garbage, Depeche Mode and Bat for Lashes using a combination of analog synths, cutting edge technology and live instrumentation.  In January 2022, look for Haddad to release Love Decayed, her debut record produced by her hero, Sylvia Massy.

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