Warner Bros. Records Partners with Doghouse to Sign Electro-Pop Artist LIGHTS Label...
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Warner Bros. Records Partners with Doghouse to Sign Electro-Pop Artist LIGHTS Label to Release Debut EP from Young Canadian Songstress on September 23rd, 2008 LIGHTS Hits the Road with Boys Like Girls for Verizon College Tour September 26th and October 24th with Copeland BURBANK, Calif.--(Business Wire)-- Warner Bros. Records in partnership with Doghouse is pleased to announce the signing of electro-pop singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist LIGHTS to its roster and will release a CD of the Toronto-based 21-year-old's self-titled debut EP on September 23, 2008. The self-made Canadian writes, produces, and performs her own music as well as designs her own artwork including the self-portrait on the cover of her debut EP. The EP is a sparkling blend of electronica-based pop, rock, and new wave, topped off by LIGHTS' honeyed vocals. Four of its songs have already racked up a collective 3.8 million plays on LIGHTS' MySpace page. A digital version of the EP was released on iTunes last April by Canadian indie label Underground Operations and has already sold more than 8,000 copies and 70,000 singles based on LIGHTS' grassroots following. Fans got their first listen to LIGHTS when four of her songs off the EP were used in Old Navy's spring ad campaign. She also appears in one of the clothing retailer's spots performing the track. More recently, the song "Drive My Soul" was featured on MTV's "The Hills." After spending the summer performing on the Warped Tour in the U.S., and V Fest in Toronto, and sharing stages with artists such as Chiodos and Metric, LIGHTS will join Boys Like Girls and Cute is What We Aim For on the Verizon College Tour starting September 26th. For more on LIGHTS please visit her MySpace page at www.myspace.com/lightsnoise. -0- *T Verizon College tour with Boys Like Girls and Cute is What We Aim For: Fri September 26 Harrisonburg, VA James Madison University Sat September 27 Baltimore, MD John Hopkins University Sun September 28 Willimantic, CT Eastern Connecticut State University Tue September 30 Philadelphia, PA Villanova Wed October 1 Syracuse, NY Syracuse University Fri October 3 Northampton, MA Smith College Sat October 4 Hempstead, NY Hofstra University Sun October 5 Morgantown, WV West Virginia University Wed October 8 Greensboro, NC University of North Carolina Friday October 10 Millersville, PA Millersville University Sun October 12 Rochester, NY Rochester Institute of Technology Mon October 13 Boston, MA Northeastern LIGHTS headlining: Tue October 14 Montreal, QC Apple Store Centreville Wed October 15 Ottawa, ON Zaphod Beeblebrox Fri October 17 Toronto, ON Mod Club Sat October 18 Fredonia, NY Williams Center With Copeland: Fri October 24 Philadelphia, PA First Unitarian Church Sat October 25 Danbury, CT Heirloom Arts Theatre Sun October 26 Cambridge, MA Middle East Downstairs Mon October 27 New York, NY Bowery Ballroom Wed October 29 Ann Arbor, MI Blind Pig Thurs October 30 Chicago, IL The Bottom Lounge Fri October 31 St. Paul, MN Station 4 Sat November 1 Omaha, NE Slowdown Sun November 2 Denver, CO Marquis Theatre Mon November 3 Salt Lake City, UT Avalon Theatre Wed November 5 Boise, ID The Venue Thurs November 6 Seattle, WA El Corazon Fri November 7 Portland, OR Stayricon Sat November 8 Orangevale, CA The Boardwalk Mon November 10 San Francisco, CA Slim's Tues November 11 Los Angeles, CA El Rey Theatre Wed November 12 Tempe, AZ The Clubhouse Music Venue Fri November 14 San Antonio, TX White Rabbit Sat November 15 Dallas, TX The Door Sun November 16 Norman, OK Meacham Auditorium Tues November 18 Nashville, TN Rocketown Wed November 19 Columbia, SC New Brookland Tavern Thurs November 20 Atlanta, GA The Masquerade Fri November 21 St. Petersburg, FL State Theatre Sat November 22 Orlando, FL The Social Sun November 23 Orlando, FL The Social *T Warner Bros. Records Luke Burland, 615-214-1490 firstname.lastname@example.org or Keren Poznansky, 818-953-3421 Publicist email@example.com Copyright Business Wire 2008
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