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LightsGoBlue

Gravesend, England, United Kingdom

Gravesend, England, United Kingdom
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The U.K.’s Enter Shikari and Indiana’s Haste The Day will hit the road together this October and November for a string of North American dates. Sleeping With Sirens, Ms. White and LightsGoBlue will support. The tour kicks off Oct. 2 in Houston, Texas. Full routing below:

Oct. 2 Houston, TX Shadowplay Lounge
Oct. 3 Metarie, LA High Ground
Oct. 5 Orlando, FL Social
Oct. 6 Ft. Lauderdale, FL Culture Room
Oct. 8 Tampa, FL Orpheum
Oct. 9 Atlanta, GA Seven Venue
Oct. 11 Richmond, VA Canal Club
Oct. 12 Baltimore, MD Ottobar
Oct. 13 Philadelphia, PA Church
Oct. 15 New York, NY Gramercy
Oct. 16 Providence, RI Club Hell
Oct. 17 Montreal, QC Underground
Oct. 18 Toronto, ON Wreckroom
Oct. 20 Detroit, MI Eagles Ballroom
Oct. 21 Cleveland, OH Grog Shop
Oct. 22 Chicago, IL Bottom Lounge
Oct. 23 Minneapolis, MN Station 4
Oct. 24 Winnipeg, MB WECC
Oct. 26 Edmonton, AB Avenue
Oct. 28 Portland, OR Hawthorne
Oct. 29 Seattle, WA Corazon
Nov. 1 San Francisco, CA Boardwalk
Nov. 4 Los Angeles, CA Troubador
Nov. 5 Anaheim, CA Chain Reaction
Nov. 6 San Diego, CA Soma
Nov. 7 Phoenix, AZ Nile Theater
Nov. 9 Austin, TX Emo’s
Nov. 10 San Antonio, TX White Rabbit - Rachel Lux


Today, FRONT is enjoying a bit of LightsGoBlue. Why? Because the weather’s a bit bleak, and a bit of electro-pop-punk-rock is doing the trick to raise spirits and give our stereo a boner.
Since 2008, they’ve been mastering the art of home recording and touring the fuck out of the UK with the likes of Enter Shikari, Hadouken! and Canterbury. Their EP/mini album is landing pretty soon, and you can pre-order it at their site.

- Front


Today, FRONT is enjoying a bit of LightsGoBlue. Why? Because the weather’s a bit bleak, and a bit of electro-pop-punk-rock is doing the trick to raise spirits and give our stereo a boner.
Since 2008, they’ve been mastering the art of home recording and touring the fuck out of the UK with the likes of Enter Shikari, Hadouken! and Canterbury. Their EP/mini album is landing pretty soon, and you can pre-order it at their site.

- Front


Check out this exclusive stream from the U.K.'s LightsGoBlue. They'll be along for Enter Shikari's upcoming U.S. tour. Take a listen and let us know what you think! - Tim Karan


Check out this exclusive stream from the U.K.'s LightsGoBlue. They'll be along for Enter Shikari's upcoming U.S. tour. Take a listen and let us know what you think! - Tim Karan


Check out this exclusive stream from the U.K.'s LightsGoBlue. They'll be along for Enter Shikari's upcoming U.S. tour. Take a listen and let us know what you think! - Tim Karan


Check out this exclusive stream from the U.K.'s LightsGoBlue. They'll be along for Enter Shikari's upcoming U.S. tour. Take a listen and let us know what you think! - Tim Karan


Check out this exclusive stream from the U.K.'s LightsGoBlue. They'll be along for Enter Shikari's upcoming U.S. tour. Take a listen and let us know what you think! - Tim Karan


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Still working on that hot first release.

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LightsGoBlue are a two man electronic-pop-punk-rock band hailing from Gravesend, Kent in the United Kingdom.

Since forming in 2008, the band have divided their time between building their live following and perfecting their home recording techniques and remix skills.

Throughout 2009/2010 LightsGoBlue have toured the UK as main support on tours with Enter Shikari, Hadouken, Canterbury and Feeder side-project Renegades, as well as appearing at UK festivals such as The Great Escape, Sonishphere, Redfest and Hevy. Mixed in alongside all this high profile live work is the grimly inevitable trudging around the less glamorous 'toilet' venues of the UK, so important in observing the old fashioned rituals of 'paying dues' and 'honing skills'.
In 2009 the band were invited to perform at 'Stage Dive Day Out Festival' in Sweden… and were subsequently invited back this year to play a higher slot at the renamed 'Moshpit Open Festival'.
At time of typing this, the band are preparing for an appearance at the Incubate Festival in Holland and a mammoth six week tour of the USA & Canada opening for Enter Shikari.
In light of the word of stateside dates spreading, US labels, agents and lawyers have started contacting the band and management for guestlist to shows… which is hopefully a positive sign that buzz across the pond is growing!

Although never having 'official' had a release up until now, early LightsGoBlue demos have been played regularly on BBC Introducing / Kerrang Radio. etc, and the band have had a toe dipped into the world of major label releases when the LightsGoBlue's remix of Enter Shikari's 'No Sleep Tonight' was included on CD / digital release of the single and subsequently on the on 2010 'Tribalism' mini-album on Atlantic / Warners, alongside remixes by High Contrast, Qemists and Nero.
LightsGoBlue have also flexed their remix muscles reworking tracks for artists such as Canterbury (their remix of ‘Friends? More Like A Gang’ was included on CD boxset release of debut album ‘Thank You’) and The Joy Formidable (LGB have contributed a remix to forthcoming single 'I Don't Want To See You Like This').

LightsGoBlue’s release their debut proper E.P / mini-album (it contains six tracks. YOU decide what you want to call it) ‘This Is Spectrum’ in late September 2010. All tracks were written, recorded, produced, scrapped, re-written and hammered into shape by LightsGoBlue in their bedroom studio in Kent.

LightsGoBlue are:
ALEX - guitar / keyboards / vocals
RAJ - drums / keyboards / vocals

This Is Spectrum tracklist:
Flashlights
Russian Blue Lagoon
Stick To Your Guns
Wicked Depths
The Only Way We Look Is Up
Glass Hearts

LightsGoBlue can be found at: www.lightsgoblue.com
LightsGoBlue are represented by Mythophonic Music Management: information@mythophonic.com
LightsGoBlue are booked by Adam Saunders & Mel Young at X-Ray Touring in the UK