There is something wonderfully self-referential about this latest gorgeous song from Afton Wolfe. Not only does it reference the late nite radio of the title amongst its darker and more heartfelt message but sonically it is exactly the sort of song you would expect to hear playing at a low volume from the old transistor radio next to the bed, from the dashboard of the car as one day slips into the next and the land around lies still…

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