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Light It Up, Red Wanting Blue's triumphant new LP, feels like the start of a distinctly new chapter for the indie rock stalwarts, one built on complete and total creative liberation. Recorded in the hard-touring quintet's native Ohio and produced for the first time by the band itself, the collection is a larger-than-life ode to hope and perseverance, a celebration of the fire we carry within and the commitment that keeps us going even in the face of seemingly insurmountable odds. The songs are all interconnected here, woven together through intros and outros and interludes that help propel them on a metaphorical journey through the dark of night, and the performances are as muscular as they are meticulous, fueled by addictive hooks and exhilarating instrumental work that shines on an even footing with sing Scott Terry's rich and magnetic vocals. More than any other record in the Red Wanting Blue catalog, Light It Up captures the spirit and the camaraderie of a band that's built it's entire career on the road, discovering (and rediscovering) itself one exultant, joyous, communal night at a time.
Light It Up, Red Wanting Blue's triumphant new LP, feels like the start of a distinctly new chapter for the indie rock stalwarts, one built on complete and total creative liberation. Recorded in the hard-touring quintet's native Ohio and produced for the first time by the band itself, the collection is a larger-than-life ode to hope and perseverance, a celebration of the fire we carry within and the commitment that keeps us going even in the face of seemingly insurmountable odds. The songs are all interconnected here, woven together through intros and outros and interludes that help propel them on a metaphorical journey through the dark of night, and the performances are as muscular as they are meticulous, fueled by addictive hooks and exhilarating instrumental work that shines on an even footing with sing Scott Terry's rich and magnetic vocals. More than any other record in the Red Wanting Blue catalog, Light It Up captures the spirit and the camaraderie of a band that's built it's entire career on the road, discovering (and rediscovering) itself one exultant, joyous, communal night at a time.
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Light It Up
Artist: Red Wanting Blue
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $29.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. First Spark (Intro)
2. Hey, '84
3. Light It Up
4. Seeing Light (Interlude 1)
5. Time's for You
6. Run for Your Life
7. Goliath
8. Seeing Stars (Interlude 2)
9. Fine ; Dandy
10. Look Up
11. Killer
12. Purpose on Purpose
13. New Morning (Outro)

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Light It Up, Red Wanting Blue's triumphant new LP, feels like the start of a distinctly new chapter for the indie rock stalwarts, one built on complete and total creative liberation. Recorded in the hard-touring quintet's native Ohio and produced for the first time by the band itself, the collection is a larger-than-life ode to hope and perseverance, a celebration of the fire we carry within and the commitment that keeps us going even in the face of seemingly insurmountable odds. The songs are all interconnected here, woven together through intros and outros and interludes that help propel them on a metaphorical journey through the dark of night, and the performances are as muscular as they are meticulous, fueled by addictive hooks and exhilarating instrumental work that shines on an even footing with sing Scott Terry's rich and magnetic vocals. More than any other record in the Red Wanting Blue catalog, Light It Up captures the spirit and the camaraderie of a band that's built it's entire career on the road, discovering (and rediscovering) itself one exultant, joyous, communal night at a time.
        
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