Bright Light Bright Light's Choreography Debuts at #39 on Billboard Heatseekers Chart

Bright Light Bright Light's Choreography Debuts at #39 on Billboard Heatseekers Chart"Choreography, Bright Light Bright Light's third album, draws inspiration from Eighties and Nineties movies...and features a throwback electropop style that will feel immediately familiar to fans of Wham! or Pet Shop Boys."-Rolling Stone "A lavish and maximalist affair, full of wistful, heartfelt pop songs."-The Guardian "Choreography...swoons listeners with bursts of '80s-inspired pop
and colorful, melodic anthems."-OUT "Resistance to its charms are futile."-Mojo "Out-and-out pop album of the year."-Record Collector, ????? "A brilliant record"-PopGlitz Bright Light Bright Light's new album Choreography debuts this week at #39 on the Billboard Heatseekers chart and continues to garner critical acclaim-The Huffington Post declares it's "Just the thing to get you moving."

The video for "Symmetry Of Two Hearts," featuring Elton John, recently premiered via The Huffington Post. Watch the video, with choreography by Broadway movement director Steven Hoggett (Harry Potter and The Cursed Child, The Crucible, The Last Ship) here.

"The song was written during the polar vortex in New York," says Bright Light Bright Light, a.k.a. vocalist and producer Rod Thomas, of "Symmetry of Two Hearts." "It was so cold in my apartment I wanted to feel warm and summery again so I tried to write the most summer sounding song I could. I rewatched some of my favorite movies and dance sequences for inspiration, and this track is inspired by Kim Cattrall's dance sequence in Mannequin, which I think is one of the most joyful four or so minutes in 80s cinema." Bright Light Bright Light will celebrate the release of Choreography with a U.S. tour kicking off this fall. Thomas will play New York's Rough Trade September 9 and Los Angeles' The Satellite September 14, along with many more. See below for full tour routing. Watch the video for debut single "All In The Name" featuring Elton John, directed by Thomas and choreographed by in-demand movement director Steven Hoggett, here: