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Getting To Know: The Night Of

Article and Photos by: Megan Choi


Having formed less than a year ago, The Night Of are Austin’s newest break out band, and have been hitting the ground running since. After already playing festivals like SO WHAT?! Music Fest and Texas Independence Fest, the band can soon check playing Vans Warped Tour off their list. They will be playing main stage on the San Antonio, Texas date on July 29th.

The band released their first single, “Shameless” back in February of 2017, and provided a unique sound that people didn’t know they were even missing. The band describes their sound as “progressive alternative rock” mixed with the comforting feeling of a blanket fresh out of the dryer. The musical influences for the band and EP are primarily Hands Like Houses and Emarosa. The band released their self-titled EP earlier this month, and have been gaining a steady following since. The band has played with artists, including fellow Austinites Fire From The Gods, and The Color Morale.

Band favorites from the EP include “Echoes,” which they describe as having high energy with a catchy poppy chorus, and “Nobody Wins,” which is more personal, and still provides a solid and fresh sound. In discussing a future LP, the band has expressed wanting to write heavier songs and experimenting more with R&B.

The band consists of:

Chance Taylor- Vocals

Justin Hetrick- Guitar

Justin Page- Guitar

Nick Asper- Bass

Tyler Moseley- Drums

If you’re wanting to listen to a band that is changing the game, be sure to give The Night Of a listen. On the surface, they may appear to have the elements of a familiar alternative band, but underneath, they deliver so much more.


Megan Choi
Megan Choi is an Austin based photographer with a passion for live music photography. She began her photography journey in high school by shooting and interviewing bands using a point and shoot camera. She began shooting with a DSLR in 2015 and is excited to continue learning and growing. Her favorite bands include Enter Shikari and Taking Back Sunday.

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