Electronic folk act Night House is the main project of Brighton based songwriter Nick Williams. Night House blend electronic beats, orchestral arrangements and lyric driven songwriting. Drawing from a wide range of influences such as the electronic work of James Blake and Radiohead and the folk harmonies of Sufjan Stevens, Joni Mitchell, and Bon Iver.
After releasing their debut EP in 2015, Night House toured european playing legendary venues such as Ronnie Scotts Jazz Club and the Brighton Dome. Night House have supported various touring acts including Ben Howard, Willy Mason, Solomon Grey, Krystle Warren and The Magic Numbers.
In 2010, Night House released a cover version of Running Up That Hill.
In 2017 the band retreated into their Brighton studio, to develop material for their debut album. In April they joined Warsaw Radio as main support on their Irish tour, using this opportunity to road test the new songs. Night House are currently finishing their debut album with producer Dan Brown (Massive Attack, Jerry Williams, Luca).