Pre-order of Stop Existing, Start Living including immediate download of 1 track in your choice of high-quality MP3, FLAC, or other formats. A link to the complete album will be emailed to you the moment it’s released.
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Tristan, Matt, Rach & Fran
releases 01 July 2013
Comes in full colour digipak with artwork by Paul Hayward.
Pre-order includes immediate download of 1 track in your choice of high-quality MP3, FLAC, or other formats. A link to the complete album will be emailed to you the moment it’s released.
shipping out on or around 01 July 2013
The Dark Lights, a London-based band, which was formed in Australia by founding members Matt Ho and Rachel Ho, are known for their dynamic indie post-punk electronica. After the success of their debut EP, “The Boy Who Saw Through Walls”, in the Autumn of 2012 the band line-up changed, recruiting Tristan Roe on vocals and Francisco Sousa on drums. The now Australian-Anglo-Portuguese quartet are set to release their sophomore EP “Stop Existing, Start Living”, due out July 2013.
Recorded and produced by the band and mixed by Adelaide-based American John De Michele, the new release captures a more organic sound than its predecessor, whilst still representing the contrast and energy that is The Dark Lights. As suggested in the title, "Stop Existing, Start Living", the vocals draw on personal experiences close to Tristan Roe, at times moving, often analytical, but invariably sincere. With contrast and balance, The Dark Lights pioneer their signature sound, through Matt Ho’s intricate guitar parts and Rachel Ho and Francisco Sousa’s driving rhythm section, adding subtle electronics throughout each track.
releases 01 July 2013
Tristan Roe - Vocals
Matthew Ho - Guitar / Vocals
Rachel Ho - Bass / Programming
Francisco Sousa - Drums / Percussion
Recorded by Rachel Ho at Bally Studios & Coppermill Studios, London
Mixed by John DeMichele at Rosa Scorpio Studio, Adelaide
Mastering by Paul Logus, PLX Studios, New York
Artwork by Paul Hayward
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