Late last year Bay Area musician Queera Nightly released her album, ‘The Girl Who Fell‘. Now she returns with the follow up, ‘The Girl Who Fell Pt. 2’. The new album features the sultry single, ‘Pillow Talk’, which is out now.
Queera Nightly’s sound is sexy and sultry; her gravelly and drawly voice has the sound of someone who is slightly tired of life yet at the same time, they’re holding on for that one last adventure. The late 50s/early 60s style guitar conjures up visions of those old movies set in the days of endless summers. Think Elvis, Cliff Richard, even Gidget. Queera Nightly is a world-weary Sandra Dee, holding out for a white picket fence with Troy Donohue, but knowing deep down that he’s just all talk and is never going to stay the distance.
Speaking of her new album, Queera Nightly says,
“These songs are personal for me, reflections of a moment on my life when I was lost. It was me who was chasing her, her freedom and softness and expression. And when we finally met eyes, it was as though we had never been apart. Heaven and Hell. Love and Violence.”