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The Bright Light Social Hour


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    Infinite Cities
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    Harder Out Here (“Sneaky Pete” Main Title Theme)
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    Sweet Madelene
  4. 4.
    Back And Forth
  5. 5.
    Ghost Dance
Musical psychonauts The Bright Light Social Hour conjure a psychedelia with deep roots in soul, krautrock, and ambient music.
The band’s 2015 record ‘Space is Still The Place' was called “… continually exhilarating” by NPR.
The band’s latest single, “Tear Down That Wall” (1/20/17), was released as a direct response to the election of Donald Trump. “The president is a divider of Americans along lines of race, gender, class, and nationality,” says Curtis Roush, TBLSH guitarist and vocalist. TBLSH also recently wrote and recorded “Harder Out Here”, the Main Title Theme for the new Amazon show ‘Sneaky Pete’ (2017), co-created and co-produced by Bryan Cranston.
In 2016 the band released ‘Neighbors’, a three-song collaborative EP with fellow Austinite Israel Nash. It takes the listener on a journey from bravely leaving home in search of safety and prosperity, to the longing for a life left behind, to the often terrifying experience of trying to settle in a new country. The Austin Chronicle praises the EP, stating “”The Forest” simmers and haunts, and ultimately evokes Pink Floyd, leaving one hoping these two Austin acts remain Neighbors.”
All members of the band work as producers/engineers out of their Lake Travis studio, Escondido Sound, where they have been working diligently on new music as well as recording area artists such as Ray Wylie Hubbard, Walker Lukens, Migrant Kids, Megafauna, Oginalii and others.<br>


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