Premiere⎯The Chordaes' Reflective 'Baby Goodnight' Track

The NYC rock outfit declare their feelings to a girl from their past.

New York City's The Chordaes have been on a non-stop loop since May with the release of their long-awaited, classic rock-drenched debut album Touch the Ground. At the time, Popdust was unabashedly addicted to their song "Get the Feeling" (watch the lyric video), and with the passing of time, not much has changed (except being hooked to every. single. track). Now, the group -- comprised of lead singer Leo Sawikin, drummer Ethan Glenn, bassist Jesse Serrano and keyboardist Max Ventura -- uncage the single version of their deep cut "Baby Goodnight," an equally pounding stunner which features Sawikin's blistering and impassioned vocal.

"'Baby Goodnight' is about a girl I knew when I was in college," shares Sawikin with Popdust of the song -- which premieres exclusively today. "I always felt in my heart that I had something special to say to her. Although, every time I attempted to explain it to her in words, I found myself unable to convey to depth what she made me feel. The narrative of the song is about realizing how much easier it is to show someone how you feel rather than try to tell them."

"Baby Goodnight" is one of many standout compositions on Touch the Ground, out now on iTunes.

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