Burn The Louvre releases new single, “Nice Guy”

Burn The Louvre

Hamilton, ON-based indie duo, Burn The Louvre has unveiled their second single from their debut LP, Silhouettes. The single, “Nice Guy” is a pop/punk meets folk punk rock n’ roll hybrid. The result is a fun, upbeat, tongue-in-cheek anthem for nice guys everywhere. Vocalist Jordan Speare wrote the track after a really bad 1st date that got progressively worse as the night went on.

“I came up with most of the lyrics and the melody on the drive home”, recalls Speare, “I finished the rest of the song shortly afterwards. A great example of turning a negative into a positive. I can’t even remember that girl’s name now, it was so long ago, but I’d like to thank her for inspiriing this song,” he laughed, “in all honesty though, I was listening to a lot of Tokyo Police Club at the time and I think the goal was just to put an ironic twist on the “nice guys finish last” narrative. I hope people appreciate the tongue-in-cheek lyrics.”

Spoiler alert: there was no 2nd date.

Listen to “Nice Guy” below, and stay up to date with Burn The Louvre via their socials.

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