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Candid - Tonight
Candid - Tonight
Candid - Tonight

Candid – Tonight

If you are looking for that perfect party song with the vibes of disco and rock music, the latest single by Candid, Tonight is where your search ends. So, this five-piece band, Candid, based out of Coventry, the United Kingdom, comprises vocalist and guitar player Rob Latimer, his brother and the lead guitarist of the band Dan Latimer, bass player Sam Baines, drummer Alex Bonsor, and keyboard player Max Fisher. Candid is an indie rock pop outfit, and this incredibly talented group of musicians never fails to blow your mind with their excellent compositions.

Tonight, Candid’s latest single is somewhat kind of a mind-blowing composition that is upbeat, highly energetic, and makes you get into the vibes of crazy nightlife. Moreover, it depicts the happiness, excitement, and core rush that goes through the minds of youngsters just at the idea of a wild party at night. The overall composition comprises the very beautiful execution of instrumentation and vocals, making the song’s vibe evident enough for listeners to feel a massive connection with it immediately.

The song is amazingly catchy and sets the party mood just right, but the most attractive part is that regardless of its party and club music vibes, it does not fail to keep the roots of rock music alive. Besides that, you can rather say that the song Tonight is a beautifully composed and produced alternative pop-rock track that will make the listeners jive to it and feel its energetic spirit.

So, overall, Tonight, Candid’s latest single is worth a generous listen, and you will perhaps add this superb song to your daily playlist. Check out this awesome track here:

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