Midnight North follows the path of a long line of successfully crafted California country-rock music that spans from Bakersfield to the Bay. The band's 2013 debut album, End of the Night, sonically picks up where Ryan Adams & the Cardinals and others left off, heartfelt rock & folk songs decked out in a tidy country rock nudie suit, smartly tailored with intuitively tight vocal harmonies and a steady beat. Produced by guitarist/vocalist Grahame Lesh and bassist Connor Jon O'Sullivan and recorded amidst the redwood groves at In The Pocket Studios in Forestville, CA, End of the Night peaks with a soaring slow burner that no great rock album would be complete without, guitarist/pianist/vocalist Elliott Peck's "All Remains the Same." Worth a listen: the crisp guitars and memorable melody of opener "Falling," the band strutting through "Miss M," the gorgeous playing and singing on "Hold Me Down" and of course, the closing title track. Lesh put it best when he said, "We've got a little bit of country in us, but it's just rock n' roll."