“Endless Nights”, stick around for the guitar solo

Starting with some reverberated drums this beautiful composition has sensual and rock and roll qualities that support an introspective set of lyrics.  Check out “Endless Nights” by Oakridge Ave., maybe inspired by the shorter days of the winter?  The guitar work in “Endless Nights” is definitely what gets me with an extended solo section that features both fingered and dual slide guitar work.  The layers of tracks with “Endless Nights” really helps build the arrangement and as the song expands the melodies become infectious, check out a stream below and learn more about the band!


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Proudly hailing from Kingston, Ontario, Alex “Lefty” Amey, Harrison Stewart-Juby and Sean Patterson started their journey as Oakridge Ave. in 2013. After several years of writing and playing the venues that birthed other Kingston greats like The Mahones, The Glorious Sons and The Tragically Hip, the three-piece honed their tight, indie rock sound into what it is today: a blend of influences from Canada’s rich musical tapestry, including Bahamas, The Weakerthans and The Lowest of the Low. Since their debut album, 2017’s “10”, through their 2018 EP “Lost & Out of Place”, followed a summer maritime tour the same year, their songwriting and sound has matured alongside their live performances.

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