Nashville-based pop-rockers Homes At Night continue to blur the thin line between genres with the release of their latest single, “Wasted on You.” Hank Compton and Aksel Coe’s latest release is taken from their upcoming EP, If You Were a Stranger, and joins previously released tracks, “Sugardreaming,” “Tell Emma,” and “Bonnaroo.”
If You Were a Stranger is a blend between genres, mixing the songwriters’ tastes from a spectrum of sounds created during the global pandemic during a series of “pressure-free” recording sessions.
The upcoming EP includes heart-breaking themes such as imploding relationships, new hopes, and catharsis. Things that are all relatable thanks to the world we currently live in, more than ever.
Specifically, the band’s latest single, “Wasted on You,” is an amazingly grounded track perfect for midnight strolls through the neighborhood when it’s clear enough to think in your mind. An ideal blend of sound and emotion that’s easily relatable and highly replayable.
If You Were a Stranger is building itself to be a great release from Homes at Night and have a nice enough path to the top of the pop-rock charts if they chart their course smart enough.