Barney Goodall and the NightHawks have released a smooth gem entitled “If We Don’t Find Love Tonight”. The best way I can describe this rhythmic, almost jazz rock ensemble piece, is by comparing it to a fine cigar. I love the wrap (packaging) and the smooth taste when I inhale. The rolling piano is stunning and is a perfect compliment to the bell tone guitars as the song seamlessly transitions from verse to the drop. This is one of those lounge songs you would hear in an upscale nightclub on the night you meet your soulmate and think of her every time you listen to this modern masterpiece.


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About Barney Goodall & the Nighthawks
Led by a rakish nocturnal pianist who is perhaps better suited to playing the catastrophic, subterranean atrophic clubs of Weimar Berlin, this particular group of musicians converged within Liverpool in early 2015. The band’s influences range from Scott Walker and David Bowie to Tom Waits and Nick Cave.

A string of successful shows in the bowels of the city saw the NightHawks swept into the studio by Ocean Waves Productions. This session resulted in their debut single ‘If We Don’t Find Love Tonight’, a huge slice of sophisticated pop that recalls the likes of other Liverpool luminaries such as China Crisis and Pete Wylie.

‘If We Don’t Find Love Tonight’ is included on Carlo Variola’s ‘Ocean Waves’ compliation, an album that showcases the most exciting bands active on today’s Liverpool music scene, was released on Friday November 20th.