Nightly: “Honest” EP Review

On the heels of their successful single "XO," Nightly released it's debut EP, "Honest." (Photo: AlbumForest)
On the heels of their successful single “XO,” Nightly released it’s debut EP, “Honest.” (Photo: AlbumForest)

WRITTEN BY: VALERIE MCINTYRE

Nightly is a rising alternative pop band, guaranteed to be your new favorite band after you listen to their debut EP, “Honest.”

The up-and-coming band is comprised of cousins Jonathan Capeci and Joey Beretta, who have been making music since they were kids. This past summer, the duo released their single “XO,” which is about being in a unhealthy relationship. This was the song that put them on the map of the alternative community.

The “Honest” EP is made up of four songs: “XO,” “Honest,” “Talk To Me” and “No Vacancy.” Their sound is best described as alternative pop, but the electric sound doesn’t overpower the tracks, thanks in great part to the presence of guitar.

The track “Honest” is a heartbreaking, yet catchy song that highlights the band’s talent by combining a balance of synthpop and alternative rock.

Nightly will be touring with alternative hip hop artist, K.Flay. They’ll be making their way to Philadelphia on November 22, appearing at The Foundry at The Fillmore. Tickets are still available for the show, so don’t miss out on this promising group.   

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