Lights’ Acoustic ‘Midnight Machines’ Out Now + People Premieres Behind-the-Scenes Video‏

Electro-pop artist Lights has today released Midnight Machines, an album comprised of six acoustic songs from her third studio album Little Machines (September 2014), plus two brand new songs. The never-before-heard tracks are “Follow You Down” and “Head Cold”, and the leading single is an acoustic version of “Meteorites.” Midnight Machines is available via all major digital retailers to stream and buy here.

Lights put together a special “The Making of Midnight Machines” video to give an inside look at the recording process. The behind-the-scenes video premiered exclusively today via People Magazine, who said “The singer-songwriter reimagines her already twinkling jams, transforming them into dreamy lullabies that put her wispy alto on full display.”

Watch “Lights – The Making of Midnight Machines” via,,20998980,00.html

Midnight Machines is Lights’ third acoustic album, a tradition that started when she reinterpreted her first studio release, and it has carried through on every album. This time, Lights worked with a string quartet on completely new and full arrangements that breathe different life into their electro-rock counterparts.

Midnight Machines tracklisting:
1. Up We Go
2. Same Sea
3. Follow You Down
4. Meteorites
5. Don’t Go Home Without Me
6. Running With The Boys
7. Head Cold
8. Muscle Memory

Due to popular demand, Lights added more dates to her acoustic tour including LA’s El Rey Theatre on May 11th. The Toronto, New York, and original LA shows sold out in one day. For all tour dates and tickets, click here.

Acoustic Tour Dates:

May 2 @ Danforth Music Hall in Toronto, ON

May 3 @ Danforth Music Hall in Toronto, ON- Sold Out

May 4 @ Webster Hall in New York, NY- Sold Out

May 11 @ El Rey in Los Angeles, CA

May 12 @ El Rey in Los Angeles, CA- Sold Out

May 14 @ The Vogue in Vancouver, BC

About RJ Frometa

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