premieres new single, “Tear It All Apart”
Set to release debut album,
The Drug Store Ceiling,
out July 21st via self-release
(Brooklyn, NY) Songwriter Michael Klics originally began work on what would become his debut album as Night Click in the foothills of the Appalachian mountains of rural northern NJ. That vision would morph and evolve over time as he picked up and changed coasts now based out of the San Fernando Valley. These disparate backdrops would serve as a palette from Klics to draw from in examining, “the void for an image, a time, or some fleeting anomalous elegance in a postmodern world.”
The result is Night Clicks’ The Drug Store Ceiling which draws from the world-weary stylings of classic American songwriters and captures passive social frustrations and highlights the subtle absurdity of 21st century existence.
The album was recorded in 10 days with producer Pierre De Reeder (Rilo Kiley, She and Him, Tim Heidecker) in the now closed Kingsize North, and features a roster of musicians from the both coasts including Adam Pumilia (ex Delicate Steve) and Tyler Cash (Mayer Hawthorne).
Look for The Drug Store Ceiling out July 21st via self-release and be sure to follow Night Click on any of his social channels detailed below.