Single Review – SUCKERPUNCH! – Nightfalls

Pop punk powerhouse SUCKERPUNCH! have released their new single “Nightcalls,” available on all digital streaming platforms NOW. The punchy song is filled to the brim with bouncy energy, and capitalizes on  nostalgic elements. For fans of Blink-182 and Sum 41, “Nightcalls” is the perfect soundtrack for a sweet summer day, giving listeners a raw and feisty taste of punky vigor. Coloring outside the lines, SUCKERPUNCH! continue to feed fans an unapologetic, pop-fused branch of rock. About the single, the band states: 

Nightcalls was written in 2021, when essentially all of Canada was locked down. We wore masks in the studio and social distanced. It was a really unique experience, that we hope not to have to recreate on the next recording. The one thing that became apparent, is that this band likes to make lemonade out of lemons. The world was shut down and we wanted to write about going out. The general population was down and we wanted to make an upbeat and fun song . We were longing for live shows, moshpits and sing alongs and we tried to capture that vibe with the song. Lyrically we had the same approach. Wanting the world to be back to normal, we tried to wish that into existence by inspiring ourselves of crazy nights partying and the inevitable late night calls that come with it.

Fast paced and energetic with a chorus that you want to listen to again and again, ‘Nightfalls’ is a track that beacons to be heard as it demands repeated listens, well not demands… it’s one that’s essential. There’s something utterly special about that breakdown which ultimately makes this track one that stands out and helps elevate it to a place over any that come to mind of recent memory.

This might just be one of the finest releases of 2022 so far.


You can stream and listen to the track, ‘Nightfalls’ via the following link.

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