SINGLE REVIEW: Filmore “Goodnight”

Filmore released a new single, “Goodnight”, on Friday. It’s pretty much been on repeat since then. Part of the reason is because I wanted to write this review, so I needed to listen to it. However, let’s just be honest – the song is THAT good. The more you listen, the more you love it.

“Goodnight” is all about an epic night of a couple that meets at a party. He’s on his way out as she’s on her way in, and that changes everything. He thinks he’ll just get her name and then head out, but that clearly doesn’t happen.

“Didn’t wanna stay too late, but I had to try and get your name – then I’m gone. But I’ve never been so wrong.”

The idea isn’t to go too fast, to force something to last, or to think too much. The goal is to just enjoy the night; whether that’s just grabbing a drink & keeping it light, or finding a roof with a view until sunrise. Just enjoy the night and make it memorable.

“Somewhere between that hello and that goodbye… we gotta make it a good night, before we say goodnight.”

Filmore’s vocals really shine on “Goodnight.” It’s catchy. It sounds great. You have no problem picturing the whole scenario in your head as the song goes on. It can really be an anthem for simply enjoying your time and just making the night count. Make it a good night before you have to say goodnight.

You can check out “Goodnight” HERE!

Follow Filmore on social media:

Facebook, Twitter, Instagram & Snapchat: @FilmoreMusic

Watch the music video for “Goodnight” HERE!

Stefanie Richardson

Stefanie Richardson

I was born & raised in Orlando, FL. I love living here, but my dream and goal is to be in Nashville sooner rather than later.. I grew up on country music and remember riding around in my dad’s truck singing along to Reba, The Judds, and of course King George. Pure Country was a movie that played often in our house. These days, I absolutely love following “up and coming” artists. Anyone who knows me knows that Cale Dodds is my favorite; and when he’s touring anywhere in the southeast, I’m at his show. I love everything about country music; the way artists appreciate their fan base, the loyalty the fans show their favorite performers, and how it brings people together. I can thank country music for allowing me to meet some awesome people, and some who have become dear friends.

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