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New song from This White Light

Posted Nov. 8, 2018, 9:01 p.m. in Bands by Loren
New song from This White Light

photo by Loren Green

This White Light, a bands featuring famililar faces from Sunn O))), Engine Kid, Pelican, and Tattle Tale, has released a new track titled "The House," (embed below) in addition to three live dates in California in the next two months.


More specifically, the band features guitarist Greg Anderson (Sunn O))) and Goatsnake), drummer Jade Devitt (Lucky Me, Gale Forces), bassist Bryan Herweg (Pelican), and vocalist Jen Wood (solo artist and formerly of Tattle Tale and collaborator with The Postal Service). The band was formed in early 2017 by Anderson and Devitt, who both played in Engine Kid, and came together as a quartet later on. Earlier this year, the band recorded with Josh Homme at Pink Duck Studios for an upcoming release.

THIS WHITE LIGHT Live:
11/17/2018 Echoplex - Los Angeles, CA @ The Power Of The Riff w/ The Sonics, The Primals  
12/07/2018 Elbo Room - San Francisco, CA w/ The Primals
12/09/2018 Bancroft - San Diego, CA w/ Primals, Modern Love

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