Reverbnation Spotlight: The Rebel Light
One of the many joys of being a music blogger is that you are introduced to way more artists than the average person. On a daily basis I get over 100 emails pitching everything from new albums to tours. Each comes from either a number of publicists or the bands themselves. In the years I’ve been jotting down my thoughts about musicians, I’ve gotten to watch LA’s own The Rebel Light grow over the years from the release of their self-titled a few years ago to their latest, A Hundred Summer Days. While that’s been elsewhere on the web, I’m glad to highlight them here for the Zo family today.
About The Rebel Light:
Los Angeles trio The Rebel Light have already been turning heads on both sides of the Atlantic. This exciting new band’s sound already oozes a confidence that feels both effortlessly fresh yet wonderfully familiar. The Rebel Light have already pulled in comparisons to bands such as The Shins and Temples and draw heavily on their influence of the sun drenched sound of 60’s California pop. Strangers is the perfect introduction to The Rebel Light’s hazy, indie pop sound. With huge sunny choruses, warm nostalgic synths and shimmering guitar lines, The Rebel Light are the perfect band for your Summer soundtrack.
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