Night Lights, a formerly Boston-based band now residing in Los Angeles, played their first L.A. show at the Hotel Café in Hollywood on Nov. 5. Despite an energetic performance and lots of love from the crowd at the popular venue, the band faces a dark and winding road — the quest to stay in the United States.
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Los Angeles indie dream pop act Night Lights are quickly making a name for themselves. The band released their debut EP with much fanfare earning them a live session show with Culture Collide, a Vents Magazine feature, and a shoutout by Buzznet.
Four bands played at Café 939 on Tuesday – and every one of them brought an infectious, crowd-pleasing performance.
Night Lights celebrated the release of their debut album, Here We Come, at the show. Glow sticks were passed out to everyone in the crowd before their set, setting the tone for the rest of the night...
Sound of Boston
At a time where music made with mechanized efficiency seems to dominate, Night Lights debut EP stands in stark contrast. Rather than a formulaic blend of bouncy beats and party anthems, Here We Come is well-crafted and embodies the essence of late-night conversations and long drives pondering existence...
With members from Mexico, Texas, Japan, California, and Norway, Boston-based Night Lights brings together an eclectic assortment of indie, rock, and soul influences in an effort to make people dance.
However, the band’s diversity also makes for...