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Listen to "Continuo," a Cool New Cut from The Hot at Nights

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click to enlarge The Hot At Nights are, from left to right, Matt Douglas, Chris Boerner, and Nick Baglio - PHOTO BY ALEX BOERNER
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  • The Hot At Nights are, from left to right, Matt Douglas, Chris Boerner, and Nick Baglio
We may be finally out of the woods of winter, but Raleigh trio The Hot at Nights has a snowy new video for its latest single, "Continuo." It's the second cut the band has shared from Three Kids, the band's new LP that's due out on May 12.

The band's most recent release, last year's wonderful Cool It EP, was a five-track clutch of instrumental reinterpretations of songs by other North Carolina artists, from Sylvan Esso's "Uncatena" to Hammer No More the Fingers' "O.R.G.Y." But Three Kids finds the generally jazz- and rock-inclined Hot at Nights taking a sharp turn into electronic music, and the results are as engrossing as they are surprising.

Listen to the mellow and marvelous "Continuo" for yourself below, and you can also check out "Burnoff's Bounce" here.

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