Back in February, Charleston pop-rock band Midnight Endeavor announced that they will be removing their debut EP Beds Are For Sleeping from all streaming platforms because they felt that it didn’t reflect their growth and direction as a band. Formerly a three-piece consisting of Joshua Davenport, William Mahoney (Stop Light Observations), and Logan Crank (Rare Creatures), Midnight Endeavor in October 2017 added Brennan Clark (Whitehall) on bass to round out the band and complete their sound. Then they hit the studio.
“Beds” was released today and is the first single to come from Midnight Endeavor since the retirement of Beds Are For Sleeping. They’ve been hyping the song on their Instagram for the past week, posting photos the caption “5/15”. When midnight rolled around on May 15th, Midnight Endeavor fittingly announced that “Beds” was available on all streaming platforms. You can listen below.