You know how sometimes you hear a song and feel as if you've been suddenly transported into a spooky corner of its writer's mind? That's exactly how On a Certain Night feels the first 15 times through, but after a good 20 listens, you'll realize its strings have been injected directly into your brain, much like the mysterious spirit of which The Miserable Rich lead singer James de Malplaquet croons. Hailing from the band's new release Miss You in the Days (iTunes), On a Certain Night sets the perfect tone for an album full of twists and turns at every corner. Having listened to the entire thing several times through by now, I suggest checking it out. Like right now.