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Bright Nights, Bright Lights – Available in March

After a year of writing, pre-production and recording, I’m proud to announce that my band’s first full length album is complete and will be available for purchase in March.

Bright Nights, Bright Lights is, to me, the best record we can possibly make at this point in our lives. It’s a record we all enjoy listening to, and I think a lot of people will feel the same way about it as we do. There’s no filler on the album — it’s 12 songs and just over 40 minutes of some of the catchiest pop-rock you’ll ever hear.  It’s a definite departure from our old sound and style, but it’s for the better.

Don’t take my word for it, though — you can sample the album on our MySpace page, where we’ve posted the first single “Hope In The Sky” as well as another tune called “Something That You’re Missing”. Check em’ out and let me know what you think in the comments.

The album was produced by John Glover (Jaci Velasquez, The Finalist) and mastered by Grammy winner Randy Miller. Artwork was done by Chase Woods and original photography is by Thomas Hawk.


One thought on “Bright Nights, Bright Lights – Available in March

  1. Hey, I was just reading your review on Andrew Peterson. Are you familiar with Ron Block? He writes at the Rabbit Room, which is how I found your blog (googling it), and is an incredible songwriter and musician. I’m not familiar with Andrew Peterson but Ron Block has got some really deep stuff in it, I bet it might be along those same lines.

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