Women of the Night: Open All Night

Brooklyn’s Women of the Night return with new single Open All Night, out through the also Brooklyn-based label Declared Goods. The track introduces the band's sophomore full length, Sub Rosa, expected out in June 2021.

The new song was written at a bar in the Lower Eastside called Better Days, and it comes with an tough, yet, easy-going psychedelic garage rock sound akin to The Velvet Underground and The Modern Lovers, with the band's punk disposition intact.

In an evening writing session thinking about the long days and longer nights, the lengths people go to keep a something alive, make something work or just put the broken pieces back together,” says frontman and songwriter Jordan D’Arsie. “It’s a semi auto-biographical look back at the gas station days. Customers coming and going, the constant flow of questionable ways and means. Keep a straight face, treat em with love, we got what you need and we're Open all Night.

Women of the Night are Jordan D’Arsie (guitar, vocals) and Kyubae Lee (drums).

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