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Odesza's Sneaky Second Single 'Late Night' Drips With Disco Groove: Listen
You thought one Odesza song was dope for the day? How about you take two and call your spinning head in the morning.
Hours after dropping its beat-driven dreamy weaver “Line of Sight,” the electronic duo delivers another tune with a kicking disco groove and shimmering guitar licks. Unlike it's WYNNE and Mansionair-assisted predecessor, “Late Night” leaves the lyrics at home and heads straight for the glory of the dance floor.
There are vocals, but they're more like wordless sirens begging you to get in that car, roll the windows down and drive onward to whatever adventure awaits. It actually starts with the sound of someone getting into a car, so we're not just making this vibe up.
Listen to “Late Night” and get inspired to make a little mischief of your own below: