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Earthquake Lights share their new single "Another Star"


Earthquake Lights


New single "Another Star"





Earthquake Lights are a five-piece rock outfit from NYC. Their first EP, Bangups and Hangups, earned the band placements in a national NBA/Tissot ad campaign and an Alex Gibney documentary. Following the paramount success of their debut LP, Distress Signals, an orchestral rock odyssey featuring broadway jazz players on brass, and strings from Abbey Road studios in London, the band received positive reviews from the likes of 405, Atwood Magazine, Under the Radar Magazine (among many others), as well as a spot on Spotify's Fresh Finds. Having released five new singles in consecutive years, three of which were in the top 40 iTunes Rock charts, fan favourite "Desert Bloom" finished at number 33 in good company with artists and bands like John Mayer and The Killers. Through mentions and coverage in virally known publications like Flaunt Magazine and Haute Living, Earthquake Lights were described as "A Music Lovers Best Hope." Now, Earthquake Lights are back with their latest single “Another Star”. Inspired by the spacecraft Voyager, their latest hit explores the concept of it being shot into space, only to someday be forgotten. They explain, “It's something that was once so relevant but has become dated and now exists far removed from anything that truly cared about it.” Combining lyrical bliss with improvised drum grooves, impressive piano progression and melodic rhythm, Earthquake Lights are well underway to release yet another astronomical alt-rock tune. Blessing listeners with euphoric instrumentalisation and echoing vocal energy, they’re onto something big. Garnering 9 million streams across digital platforms and over 300,000 monthly listeners on Spotify alone, they have charted several singles on the iTunes Rock charts. Needless to say, their fresh perspectives and unique approaches are sure to see them sky rocket in success.





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