Distant Lights

Austin, TX
Rock / Modern Rock / Art
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Hey there Louisiana friends,

It's been a while, but we're headed back to see you this Friday night! We are proud to share the stage at Columbia Street Rock N Blues with our good friends 24 Miles (1st show in a long while!) and Gethsemani. This is going to be a rockin night of music so come party with us! The weather should be great and the booze is always flowing at Columbia Street :)

Gethsemani starts the night, followed by Distant Lights, and then 24 Miles drives it home with the headlining spot. Can't wait to see everyone there!

Columbia Street Rock-N-Blues
407 N Columbia St
Covington, LA 70433
http://www.rocknbluescafe.com/

 

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"Not Thinking Not Dreaming finds a link between casual listeners of radio rock and die hard prog-rock fans. Distant Lights has created an album that draws you in with catchy vocal hooks and excellent rock riffs and keeps you in with it's musical depth and intricacies. This is an album you can't listen to just once. On this album, Distant Lights manages to take formulaic rock songs and litter them with rhythmic brilliance, excellent vocal depth and range, and guitars that flash and awe with not even a hint of egotism. It’s the little things that can make an album stand out in an over saturated genre, and Distant Lights executes these little things in a big way. In an over polluted genre, it’s hard to stand out (especially in a good way), but Distant Lights finds themselves doing just that with Not Thinking Not Dreaming. The album has all the necessary pieces to grab any casual rock listener, and enough depth and intricacy to keep even the pickiest rock snob drawn in."  Edward Badhorse, Emurg.com

"There's nothing new about trend-setting music hailing from Austin, Texas. But this outstanding debut work by native group Distant Lights adds to that phenomenon."  Doug Hinson, Progressive Magazine

"...you never know quite what to expect from moment to moment, except that it will most likely be wonderful. Simulacrum is a complex, layered progressive rock opus..."  Ryan Simmons, Wonka Vision Magazine


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