Album Review: The Night Cafe - '0151'


The Night Cafe have released their long awaited debut album which does not disappoint, ‘0151’ is a album full of great indie songs which promise to propel them to being one of Britains biggest bands. 

Having been releasing singles & EP’s since 2015 The Night Cafe have curated them into a fantastic album which really does close a great chapter for the band who will now look to move onto the next level. Having established that they can produce great singles it’s also so important that when brought together these singles bloom beautifully as an album. 

The album begins with a really clever instrumental added with distorted voices which flows wonderfully into ‘Finder Keepers’ which has a chilled fluent melody. ‘Felicity’ follows with a more heavier guitar sound & a tremendous chorus which is the first of many great indie floor fillers in this album. The Highlight of the album is definitely ’Turn’, a magnificent single which fuses indie melodies with a shoegaze style, the lead vocals are perfectly executed & the solo takes it out of the stratosphere. 

Other highlights of the album include ‘Mixed signals’ & ‘Endless Lovers’ both are singles which solidify this album as a stunning debut by the lads from Liverpool. The ‘0151’ songs were made for the big arenas & with consistent releases like this The Night Cafe won’t be far away from that. 

Words by Shaun Mulhern

The Night Café also recently announced a huge UK headline tour for September/October 2019. The run of dates will feature the band's biggest hometown show to date at Olympia Liverpool, and a massive show at London's Electric Ballroom. The full list of dates can be seen below, and tickets can be purchased here.
23/24 - Reading and Leeds Festival
21 - The Academy, Dublin
22 - McHughs Basement Bar, Belfast
25 - The Waterfront, Norwich
26 - The O2 Institute, Birmingham
27 - The Tramshed, Cardiff
28 - SWX Bristol, Bristol
30 - O2 Academy Oxford, Oxford
01 - Sub 89, Reading
03 - 1865, Southampton
04 - Electric Ballroom, London
05 - Electric Ballroom, London
07 - The Junction, Cambridge
08 - Rock City, Nottingham
09 - The Albert Hall, Manchester
12 - The Plug, Sheffield
13 - Riverside, Newcastle
15 - The Tunnels, Aberdeen
16 - SWG3, Glasgow
17 - Stylus, Leeds
18 - Olympia, Liverpool