Late Nights Early Mornings sing the dangers of desire and the unrelenting urge to act upon it. Dressed in decadent textural synthesizers, the anonymous duo boost their bonafides with a host of guest stars well known to Northwest music fans, among them electronic artist Saint Claire, R&B singer Johnny Koch and Seattle’s first lady of soul, Grace Love.
LNEM is a Seattle house music collective who've given their individual identities over to the whole and are proudly releasing their first single "What To Do" into the sleeping world to wake it up with electronic music that is more than the sum of it's parts.
Late Nights Early Mornings blend collective creative energies into a work of art with the intent of pure soul expression —Our work comes together organically through passion and the pursuit of happiness. Each individual element given selflessly to the whole.
We are one. IT IS NOT WHAT LNEM IS. IT IS WHO YOU ARE. IT IS WITH YOU. WHEREVER YOU ARE.
LATE NIGHTS EARLY MORNINGS
1. Solitude [Ft. Saint Claire]
2. Alone [Ft. Billy Thompson]
3. Out of Touch [Ft. Saint Claire]
4. What to Do [Ft. Saint Claire]
5. You Take Ft. [Johnny Koch]
6. Some Kind of Love [Ft. Johnny Koch]
7. Bad Habit Ft. [Grace Love]
8. Holdin’ On Ft. [Billy Thompson]
Late Nights Early Mornings is radio ready and all tracks are FCC Clean.
Late Nights Early Mornings was recorded, mixed and mastered by LNEM
ABOUT THE FEATURED ARTISTS
"— Grace Love & the True Loves release their eponymous debut album. It’s a 39-minute tear through the finest chops and deepest feelings you’ll hear all year, at turns heart-wrenched and melancholy or revved up and celebratory. Anyone familiar with the current funk and soul revival will slot True Loves songs like “Fire” and “Mean to Me” alongside tracks by Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings, Charles Bradley and Lee Fields & the Expressions. But that’s only because all of these bands are part of a larger continuum that stretches back decades.” —City Arts Magazine
"The takeaway on up-and-coming Seattle talent, Saint Claire, is that this is an artist whose voice will be heard in a generation of voices. He’s one you won’t find clamoring for fame and a million screaming fans. He is motivated by an appreciation for credible creators, originators and innovators. He is one of those artists who aren’t afraid to live their truths in private, in their work, and on-stage.” —Seattle The City
"No one quite sounds like [Taylar Elizza Beth] White when she jumps on the mic. Her vocals come through the spacious beats with celestial inflection. It's a beautiful dichotomy as she grapples with her own identity while sounding completely unique." —KEXP Blog, KEXP.org