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Nightlights Sign With Eulogy

Posted Nov. 14, 2010, 10:40 a.m. in Labels by Jon E.
Nightlights Sign With Eulogy

Official press release:

Eulogy Recordings is very proud to announce the signing of Nightlights. Nightlights is a punk rock band from central Florida. Shortly after coming together in the fall of 2009, the band released their first demo with Sp Records, Japan and Gruff Beard Records. After teaming up with Anchorless Records and Get Outta Town Records, the quartet released the Long Way Home Ep on June 1, 2010. Nightlights has been featured in AMP Magazine as well.

During their 2010 East Coast Summer Tour, Brett Bortle directed the band's music video for "Ghost Town" off their Ep. Within their relatively short time together, the band has shared the stage with Shinedown, Rise Against, Flogging Molly, Crime In Stereo and The Mezingers. Nightlights also appeared at Sun Fest in West Palm Beach, Fl and Fest 9 in Gainesville, FL.
The band is currently touring and working on their Eulogy debut. The album should be available Spring 2011.

www.myspace.com/nightlightsfl

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