Multinational Indie Pop/Rock Band Night Lights Releases New EP 'Good Better Alright'

With members from Mexico, Japan, Norway and California, NIGHT LIGHTS brings together an eclectic assortment of indie, rock, and soul influenced sounds in an effort to make people dance and feel feelings. The Los Angeles-based band is releasing their infectious and emotive third EP Good Better Alright today, Friday, April 14 and in tandem, they're dropping a music video for the title track, "Good Better Alright."

Stream Good Better Alright now on Spotify, Apple Music and SoundCloud.
Check out the music video for the title track "Good Better Alright" now on YouTube. "Good, Better, Alright is a cycle I caught myself on when dealing with depression," lead singer Mau Jimenez shares. "The song is about overcoming the cycle and hopefully starting a conversation about it."
Leading up to the release of the EP, NIGHT LIGHTS also released the singles "Felicity" and "Things We Used To Know."
"Felicity" first premiered on PureVolume, who noted "With elements of rock intertwined, their sound is wildly entertaining and easy to lose yourself in. Their latest single, 'Felicity,' demonstrates the band's charming nature lyrically and sonically." (1/26/17)
"Things We Used To Know" made its debut on Live Nation's music discovery site Ones To Watch, who called the song "a dynamic indie-pop of those songs that you'll find yourself singing and dancing along with after just a couple listens. Blending indie, pop, and a touch of rock, the track conjures up a healthy fusion of the band's musical influences, Mutemath, Two Door Cinema Club, Friendly Fires and Radiohead. Opening with a divine build-up leading into an explosive guitar-driven breakdown, Jimenez sings of the post mortem analysis of a serious romantic relationship." (3/2/17) A music video for "Things We Used To Know" recently premiered on Culture Collide; check it out now on YouTube.
The band--Mau Jimenez (vocals/guitar), Yusuke Sato (guitar), Jeff Kinsey (bass) and Dag Hanken (drums)--met in 2012 while attending school in Boston, and have since discovered a balance of profound lyrics, hooky melodies, danceable music and intriguing harmonic progressions. In early 2016, NIGHT LIGHTS released a series of singles, "Childish,""Gimme" and "Take My Hand," which earned the band praise from several music outlets. Shortly after being released, "Childish" made its way into both the Viral 50 Global and Viral 50 U.S. Spotify charts. The band's challenges and experiences as immigrants working in the U.S. as artists and maintaining their proper visas has been shared on PRI's "The World" and LA Weekly, among other places.
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