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The Daily Feature: What Makes Ben Camden’s “Night Lights” Irresistible?

Today’s Daily Feature is “Night Lights” by Australian Indie Rock artist Ben Camden. According to the artist, the song is “a love song that started out being about Ben’s joy of playing live and missing the frequency of live shows, coming from busking daily in his hometown of Byron Bay to weekly Sofar Sounds shows through Europe.” It was written in 2019 while Ben was on tour in Europe. But, it wasn’t recorded until now as the artist recorded a ton of music at his home studio during the lockdowns.

“Night Lights” is a bouncy, feel-good tune. One can hear the flavors of Dire Straits, Eric Clapton, Split Enz, and Red Hot Chili Peppers in the full guitar sound and indulgent guitar solos. Also, the song has an upbeat and easy-to-follow tempo that will enable listeners to dance to. Yet, the real star of the song is Camden’s irresistible vocals that have rich and deep textures. They add a unique flavor to the tune.

With its blazing guitar solos, sultry vocals, and bouncy beat to dance to, “Night Lights” is an irresistible tune that have you to dance or even sing along to. It features a feel-good vibe and addictive melodies that will have you wanting more.

Make sure to check out Ben Camden’s “Night Lights” down below and let me know what you think!

About the Artist: Ben Camden

Ben Camden

Authentic and sincere, Ben Camden’s upbringing in country Australia alongside time spent living in Fiji and Italy have shaped an original sound as diverse as it is genre-bending. Unique with a baritone vocal and favouring ukulele and guitar, he seamlessly transitions from folk ballads to tropical pop and resonates with listeners through his down-to-earth stage presence and sweet lyrics.

Check out Ben Camden at the following:

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The Daily Feature: What Makes Ben Camden's "Night Lights" Irresistible?

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