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Lost In The Sound Sessions: Nocturnal Me – “Love Is A Lie”


Dave Melillo of Nocturnal Me performed his band’s new single “Love Is A Lie” acoustically for us in a brand new Lost In The Sound Session. In his take of the song, Dave strips down the electric and funk influences of the original, leaving only his guitar and voice. It’s strikingly honest and a very personal take on the original track. Nocturnal Me’s new EP Two Faced will be released on July 19th via Apparition Records. You can preorder the EP here.

If you enjoyed this session, be sure to check out Nocturnal Me’s websiteTwitter, and Bandcamp. Dave is also scheduled to perform the entire new EP live via Stickam tomorrow (the day of the EP’s release) at 9pm EST.


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When the original Cute Is What We Aim For lineup disbanded in 2009, bandmates Dave Melillo, Jeff Czum, and Mike Lasaponara joined together to form Nocturnal Me, a band with an incredibly varied, but surprisingly catchy music style. After adding bassist John Viavattine to the mix, the four-piece released two EPs and are currently gearing up for the release their third, a brand new EP entitled Two Faced. Blending a wide range of musical genres, Nocturnal Me produce pop music with funk, hip-hop, and rock roots to blur traditional boundaries with their own unique spin. Despite the variety of styles fused together in each song, Two Faced is an incredibly cohesive record of distinct-sounding tunes; one that shows plenty of promise for a band that is still refining their sound. With the band’s steadfast do-it-yourself mentality in mind, Nocturnal Me should continue to improve and grow in the near future.

Their new EP, Two Faced, is scheduled for a July 19th release via Apparition Records. You can listen to lead single “Love Is A Lie” below.