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Nightly Release New Song “Holding On” Today On Interscope Records

Nashville based alt-pop band Nightly release a brand new song, “Holding On,” today, March 23rd, via all digital retailers http://smarturl.it/NightlyHoldingOn. The track was written by Nightly, Jonas Jeberg and Jesse Thomas and produced by busbee.  Listen to “Holding On” HERE.

Nightly recently wrapped up a  sold-out run of dates supporting NF in the U.S. and will re-unite with The Struts for their show in  Los Angeles at the Roxy on May 31st. Tickets for this show are on sale today.

Nightly are Nashville based cousins, Jonathan Capeci and Joey Beretta. Over the past two years Nightly released their debut honest EP, headlined their first tour & supported The Night Game, The Struts,  K.Flay and NF on tour. Nightly have amassed over 7 million streams across all digital streaming partners on their debit hit song, “XO” and followed that up with the release of  “Talk To Me.” More recently the cousins released the song “Miss You Like Hell.”

Nightly “Holding On” eSingle
Retail: http://smarturl.it/NightlyHoldingOn
Amazon: http://smarturl.it/NightlyHoldingOn/amazonmusicbuy
Apple Music: http://smarturl.it/NightlyHoldingOn/applemusic
Google: http://smarturl.it/NightlyHoldingOn/googleplay
iTunes: http://smarturl.it/NightlyHoldingOn/itunes
Spotify: http://smarturl.it/NightlyHoldingOn/spotify
Tidal: http://smarturl.it/NightlyHoldingOn/tidal

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