Night Lovell: I Hope You're Happy Tour
Brooklyn Bowl Philadelphia
1009 Canal Street
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19123
Night Lovell has captured audiences with his deep voice and eerie production that intertwines the realms of darkness and artistry. Emerging from Ottawa, Lovell grew up being inspired by local musicians. Including his father whose middle name, Lovell, became an essential part of his stage name. The “Night” represents Lovell’s love for the nighttime, when he usually is up late creating music. Although Lovell grew up surrounded by music and playing the drums, his true music journey started at 17 when he decided to start following in his father’s footsteps. He started to make beats one summer but soon realized that he wanted to be on stage performing and connecting with his audience on a deeper level. He started to explore rapping over his own beats and putting a face to his music leading to his first release as Night Lovell, ‘Dark Light’, which has since become gold-certified. Lovell quickly started to gain recognition with his innate ability to craft a unique and captivating style that built him a loyal audience within the realms of dark trap and underground hip-hop. He continued to build momentum into 2014 as he released his first album, ‘Concept Vague’. Lovell then focused on making music as he graduated from high school. After graduating, Lovell embarked on his first solitary European tour where he was able to form an intimate connection with his audience. His fans proved themselves to be the craziest die-hard fans who knew the word to every song, even if they didn’t speak English. Lovell continued on to drop his second album ‘Red Teenage Melody’, which was followed by his first North American tour and another European solo tour. In early 2018, Lovell sent a song to $crim from $uicideboy$ that led to their first joint track, ‘Joan of Arc’, which was released during Lovell’s first Australian/New Zealand tour. As Lovell finished the tour, he prepared for his third studio album, ‘Goodnight Lovell’, which was released in 2019. Simultaneously, the ‘Night Lovell Rising Documentary’ was showcased at the Canadian Juno Awards. 2021 marked a significant turning point for Lovell as he signed with G59, the label founded by $uicideboy$, and released his album ‘Just Say You Don’t Care’. This release was accompanied by Lovell's biggest tour yet, the second Grey Day tour. Lovell continued to remain a prominent figure with a stream of singles, tours, and music videos as he prepared his next album. Anticipation has been building up for the release of Lovell’s forthcoming album, ‘I Hope You’re Happy’, which is slated to release at the end of 2023. The somewhat sarcastic title suggests an unapologetic reflection on the role that the world has played in shaping Lovell’s life. What sets this album apart from the others is Lovell’s experimentation with his sound, offering a fresh perspective and evolution in his music. ‘I Hope You’re Happy’ invites listeners to delve into the depths of Lovell’s emotions and experiences, both positive and negative, that have made him into who he is today.