Lights (EP)


Lights (EP)
Lights
EP de Lights
Publicación 23 de Septiembre, 2008
Grabación 2006 - 2008
Género(s) Synthpop, New Wave
Discográfica Underground Operations
Productor(es) Lights, Thomas Salter, Dave Thomson
Cronología de Lights

(2008)
Lights
(2009)
The Listening
Sencillos de Lights
  1. "Drive My Soul"
    Publicado el 11 de Marzo, 2008
  2. "February Air"
    Publicado el 9 de Diciembre, 2008

Lights es el primer EP de la cantante Lights que sacó a finales del 2008. Contiene 6 tracks en el que incluye la canción ganadora de tres premios "Drive My Soul2. El EP contiene dos singles; "Drive My Soul" y "February Air" (este último utilizado también meses antes para un anuncio de invierno). Todas las canciones del EP están compuestas por LIGHTS, quien utilizó su keytar (sintetizador) haciendo mezclas que hacen de las canciones un estilo intergaláctico y espacial, lleno de sentimentalismo, tranquilidad, esperanza y alegría.

Lista de las canciones

N.º Título Escritor(es) Producer(s) Duración
1. «Ice»   Lights, Thomas Salter Lights, Thomas Salter 2:57
2. «Drive My Soul»   Lights, Salter Lights, Thomas Salter 3:22
3. «February Air»   Lights, Dave Thomson Lights, Dave Thomson 3:50
4. «White»   Lights, Salter Lights, Thomas Salter 3:20
5. «I Owe You One»   Lights Lights 3:39
6. «The Last Thing on Your Mind»   Lights Lights, Dave Thomson 3:21

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