A Gap Between’s 10-song album, Summer Nightrunner, bursts forth in that refeshing, I’ve-never-felt-so-alive kinda way, yet it’s also a stripped down, chillwave, honey-sweet nostalgic dream that’ll get you through it.
The titular track soaks you from second one with shimmering synth layered atop a filthy, anchor swallowing deepness that you’ll only find your way out of by letting the gentle lull of its breathy, hiccuping vocals pop you back up into a sexy little snagging beat that’ll definitely tempt your feet and seduce you into hitting repeat. Loved You The Most is a stormy, lonesome jam for those indulgent nights in, with or without someone.
A condensed, glamour-stricken ode to the sun, the moon, and the neon, Nightrunner has that slick 80s sleaze we all not-so-secretly pine for combined with a completely fresh and cunningly atmospheric reverence. It’s like diving into a silvery blot of minnows in your last naked summer, while simultaneously reliving the best skinny-dip of your adult life.
Wander, work, make love or other stuff, tear it up—Summer Nightrunner rolls with you in the before and after, because no matter how or where you’re headed, these songs feel like a summer night and are meant to stick with you.