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From Friday 12 July 2019

Lights – ‘Skin & Earth Acoustic’

Acoustic albums are an opportunity to extend a body of work in ways that not only offers a reimagining of the artist’s music but also a chance to get a closer glimpse of the stripped back emotion that goes into their dedicated songwriting process.  Scarlett-haired songstress

Monday 10 June 2019

LIVE: Slam Dunk Festival 2019

Slam Dunk continues to be our favourite way to kick off festival season, providing the perfect opportunity for pop-punk/rock/alternative fans to surround themselves with like minded individuals, dressed head to toe in our very own version of festival clothing. Once again, fans find themselves happily floating in a sea

Wednesday 30 January 2019

Slam Dunk add ten more bands to the 2019 bill

As if Slam Dunk wasn’t already massive this year, ten more bands have been added to the lineup. Joining the likes of All Time Low, NOFX and Bad Religion, are Lights, Wage War, Plain White T’s, Hellogoodbye, Touche Amore, Tigers Jaw, Wallflower, Employed To Serve, Microwave and Our Hollow Our Home. Slam Dunk will take place in Leeds and Hatfield on

Friday 22 September 2017

LIGHTS – ‘Skin & Earth’

The latest album from synth-popper LIGHTS is a concept album. Running alongside the musician’s self-penned comic book it fleshes out the story found between those pages. That’s not to say you need to have read the comic to enjoy the album– ‘Skin & Earth’ tells a vivid

Tuesday 06 June 2017

LIGHTS to Support PVRIS on North American Tour

Canadian synth-pop musician, Lights, has announced they will be supporting PVRIS on their North American tour running through September and October of this year. Tickets can be purchased here from, with the news coming ahead of Lights upcoming album and comic book release, ‘Skin and Earth’.

Thursday 03 May 2012

LIVE: Lights @ The Scala, London [24/02/2012]

24 year old Canadian synth-pop princess LIGHTS (whose real name is Valerie Poxleitner) has managed to create quite the buzz around herself recently, resulting in the queue for tonight’s show winding right around the Scala and off into the far distance. Whether the majority of the crowd are here

Monday 22 February 2010


Andy managed to put a few questions to Toronto-based elctro-princess Lights before her show in Brighton last week. Here’s what she had to say… Let’s get some background on Lights. You’ve been making music since an early age – do you remember when you first started