Lights has announced her new album, Little Machines, will be available Friday, 19th September. To celebrate her third full-length release, the singular Ontarian electro-pop impressionist has shared the album’s uplifting first single, Up We Go, which readers can get by pre-ordering the album via iTunes. Lights announced the details and release date of Little Machines
Known for maintaining a consistant stream of content, Lights has revealed that she will be releasing a full acoustic album featuring an unplugged rendition of some of the gems found on Siberia. A handful of guest artists were tagged to feature on the album, including Coeur de pirate, Max Kerman of Arkells, and Owl City,
As Bring Me The Horizon fans gear up for the April release of their fourth studio full-length, Sempiternal, the internet world is abuzz with hype and rumours about what we can expect, but as we learned from our interview with the band at Soundwave today, they’ve ruled out any guest artist collaborations on the release.
There have been very few updates from the BMTH camp since word spread that the UK lads had entered the studio to begin work on the follow-up to There Is a Hell…. But fans can now rejoice for it looks as though Lights will once again be teaming up with the band for the release.
Canadian award-winning singer-songwriter Lights has announced today that she will be returning with the follow-up to 2011’s Siberia with an Acoustic project of the special kind. The songstress was recently in Australia for a brief tour supporting The Jezebels, though left a lasting impression on her fans all over the country. Now, in a recent
Lights, (both by name and nature) has been a breath if fresh air in what was fast becoming a stale genre. Writing exciting, warming, highly personal music whilst maintaining a strong connection with her fans since 2008, she’s became the sweetheart of the scene with her devastating talent, exuberant character and heartwarming smile. 2011 saw her full length