Saviours – Lights Lyrics
27 Aug 2009


Album: The Listening
Genre: New Wave, Synthpop
Released: July, 2009

 

Saviour has been selected as a lead single of the first full-length album by the Canadian singer Lights. The music video is featured Lights animationg comics where she enters into an outer space world. The entire album, The Listening, will be available on stores next September in Canada while in the United States will be out at the beginning of October, 2009. The rest of the confirmed track listing is: Drive My Soul, Ice, River, The Listening, Pretend, Second Go, February Air, Face UP, The Last Thing on Your Mind, Lions and Quiet. Lights has announced her 2009 Tour throught the U.S.

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Drive My Soul – Lights Lyrics
19 Jun 2008


Album: N/A
Genre: Pop
Released: March, 2008

Drive My Soul is one of the new single that makes part of Lights EP released on March 11, 2008. The EP can get on iTunes and HMV or BestBuy in Canada. It contains songs like: Ice?, February Air, White, I owe you one and The Last Thing On Your Mind. Lights voice is compared with the American singer Vanessa Carlton. Her genres are new wave, girly-pop and traditional pop and her influences are Phil Collins, The Knife and Björk. Her next performing will be in: Milwaukee, Wisconsin (7/2/2008), Cleveland, Ohio (7/17/2008), Detroit, Michigan (7/18/2008), Guelph, Ontario (7/25/2008), Pontiac, Michigan (7/26/2008) and Toronto, Ontario (7/27/2008).
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Flashing Lights – Kanye West Lyrics
28 Mar 2008


Album: Graduation

Genre: Hip Hop
Released: January, 2008

Continue climbing positions this single in almost all chart around the world. The suggestive and unfinished video – apparently – was premiered the last February at the Entertainment Weekly Grammy. Flashing Lights video is the second realized for this single. The album has sold more than 1,100,000 copies worldwide, has received 2 certified platinum by RIAA and has won different awards during 2008 as Best Rap Album, Best Rap Solo Performance (Stronger) and Best Rap Song (Good Life) in the 2008 Grammy Awards.
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