Dd is the same age and does this some nights. I found a few things help:
Give bub a bath every night at the same time, follow up by swaddling baby and feeding in the swaddle In a dimly lit quiet room, just you and bub.
My dd seemed to be particularly gassy or windy at this time of night. A friend discovered that after the bath and swaddle and feed routine it worked to lay her down on my knees for 5 minutes, then hold her upright near my shoulder for 5 minutes and repeatedly alternating this lay down/sit-up posture made her bubbles come up and she settled more easily- in the dark room.
No TV, no music, just a dim light light a bed side lamp.
Good luck. It's a hard time of night when you are tired.