Nightjacket Debut Epic Single “All of My Friends”

Nightjacket have established themselves as a prominent indie dream pop act in the Los Angeles music scene. With lush soundscapes, pulsing beats, and soaring vocals, Nightjacket have received critical acclaim from various media outlets including Stereogum, SPIN, American Songwriter and Under The Radar, and have consistent airplay on NPR affiliates such as KCRW.


Originally formed in 2015 by Louie Schultz and Jordan Wiggins, the band met Andrea Wasse in 2019 and bonded over their mutual love of dreamy alternative pop from the 80s and 90s, forming the current version of Nightjacket. 


All of My Friends” is a blend of Americana and dream pop from the mind of Andrea Wasse, the self-proclaimed queen of arrested development. A lot of the band’s friends left Los Angeles over the last few years due to the union strikes, the pandemic, and housing crisis, which made Andrea feel like she was getting left behind. A layered, three part harmony ties together this sentiment of friends moving on without them. 


We really tried to make the song a journey, so that it grows and has new elements that pop in and pull your attention as you listen along,” says Jordan Wiggins. “Hopefully it’s a ride for people, like rolling down Sunset Blvd., passing neon signs, peering into bars and turning in and out of alleyways until you get to where it’s bright again.”

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