Late Nite Cable shares video for “All Nite Girl”
New York based synth pop band Late Nite Cable released a video for their single “All Nite Girl.” The track, included in the band’s debut EP, brings back the well-loved electronic pop sound of the 1980’s and combines it with catchy melodies and modern dance beats.
The video, directed by Mitchell Hooper, tells the story of an encounter between a beautiful mysterious girl and the singer of the band at a roof top party.
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About Late Nite Cable
Late Nite Cable started in the beginning of 2015 in NYC when Pete Roessler called Severine Casati and invited her to start a project together. They both had met at a party three years ago and shared their love for music. After only a few months together they released their first self-titled EP in October, 2015.
“When we met at the party, I thought she was a nice girl and she seemed to have the same passion for music that I did,” says Pete. “I believe I also saw her on YouTube weeks after and thought she was a good singer. We connected well that night about music so I knew it would be a good fit.”
Pete Roessler, a native of Fairfield, Connecticut, started playing viola when he was in third grade. As a teenager he was a rock aficionado and a big fan of Nirvana and Stone Temple Pilots. After studying Music Business / Management in Berklee, he decided to dedicate his full time attention to making music.
Severine Casati was born in New Jersey and moved to France when she was five years old. There she studied classical music and jazz while attending the Conservatoire Municipal de Musique (the Municipal Conservatory of Music). Eventually her taste in music eventually broadened to include artists like Portishead and Amy Winehouse.
The strong musical backgrounds of both band members are perfectly combined in Late Nite Cable’s layered songwriting. In less than a year they have managed to release an EP, a variety of singles and a video. They have also performed in some of NY most respected underground venues such as Mercury Lounge and The Bowery Electric.