Song comes off the band’s newest album, The Future, which dropped final fall

Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats stopped by The Tonight Show to carry out their track “Face Down in the Moment.” To showcase the mid-tempo crooner, Rateliff took middle stage on vocals after kicking issues off on the keyboards.

“Face Down in the Moment” comes off the group’s most up-to-date LP, The Future, which arrived final November. The album is the band’s third effort and the follow-up to Rateliff’s 2020 solo album, And It’s Still Alright. Last 12 months, the band appeared on The Tonight Show to carry out single “Survivor” and the extra intimate album minimize “Baby I Got Your Number.”

Rateliff and the Night Sweats wrote and recorded The Future at the singer’s studio close to Denver with producer Bradley Cook (Bon Iver, Brent Cobb).

“I have a look at the album total as an enormous query,” Rateliff mentioned in a press release. “When I used to be writing the document we have been in the center of a pandemic and our future seemed fairly bleak. I simply proceed to attempt to write from a spot of hope. Then my very own neurosis, and possibly being a libra will get in the means, and I can’t make up my thoughts. There is that this fixed forwards and backwards battle in me personally and I’m certain that comes out in my writing.”

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Last July, Rateliff launched Red Rocks 2020, an 18-track stay album recorded at Colorado’s scenic amphitheater throughout Rateliff’s sequence of socially-distanced reveals.

The band is at present on tour in the U.S. to help The Future. They will carry out as a part of Austin City Limits and Shoalsfest in October earlier than opening for Marcus Mumford at Denver’s Ball Arena in December.

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