At Night, Alone

Album: At Night, Alone (2016)
  • The opening and title track of Mike Posner's second album finds him giving advice to the listener on the best moment to play the record. He explained to HMV.com: "I wrote the album At Night, Alone and that's how it's meant to be listened to. I know only a small percentage of your readers will buy this album, but if they do the first time they listen to it should be at night, alone and in its entirety, that's how I want people to hear it."

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