Songwriting duo Homes at Night return with latest track “Sugardreaming”.

Hank Compton and Aksel Coe make-up Homes at Night, a duo producing alternative pop-rock inspired anthems that span genres. From their upcoming EP, latest track “Sugardreaming” is a balmy summer tune that encapsulates the feeling of missing that special someone.


With a sound that’s both nostalgic and modern, Homes at Night have synth-driven sonic elements layered with organic instruments and a strong percussive pulse. Their debut EP ‘If You Were a Stranger’ is out later this year, beginning as a series of pressure-free recording sessions in Coe’s basement. Piecing together an EP about dying relationships, new beginnings, and catharsis, they continue to make nods to their Nashville roots whilst pushing sounds far beyond them.


“Sugardreaming” tells the story of being ‘sick in love’, as the hook describes: ‘I’m sugardreaming, instead of sleeping.’ Released alongside gorgeous visuals, the video follows the pair biking down a winding road on a summer evening. The expanse of the track is echoed by the beauty of their environment, and listeners are shown a road-trip they’d want to join.

Stream "Sugardreaming" below: