Kids of the Apocalypse's latest song featuring Wes Period, "Midnight In Suburbia," might just give you goosebumps. The spooky instrumental channels the nail-biting moments in horror movies, while playing off the notion that sometimes, in the quietest neighborhoods, we should all still be afraid of the dark. Beyond the production, KOTA's vocals illustrate long nights full of terror.
Over email, Stefan Storm of Kids of the Apocalypse told The FADER, "We made 'Midnight In Suburbia' to be a bouncy, old school ode to the creepy suburban feel of John Carpenter’s Halloween, David Lynch’s Blue Velvet, and Tobe Hooper’s 'Poltergeist."
Storm continued, "It's set in a familiar setting of suburbia that changes when the sun goes down and clock strikes midnight. It's a track to listen to when the lights go off and the door is locked shut."
Take a listen below (if you dare).