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This past Saturday, The Bright Light Social Hour and The Attic Ends opened at the Black Taxi CD Release show at Bowery Ballroom. The Bright Light Social Hour was recently interviewed by Untapped Cities in anticipation of the sought after event. Both opening bands, albeit disparate in music style, livened in the crowded scene at New York’s Bowery Ballroom. The Attic End’s dark, indie-pop sound had the crowd swaying while The Bright Light Social Hour’s Austin-rock influenced nature made fans jump up and down. One audience member, upon hearing The Bright Light Social Hour for the first time remarked, “These guys are fantastic! I want this album on wax vinyl.”

The Attic Ends

The Bright Light Social Hour

Visit The Attic Ends and The Bright Light Social Hour’s band pages for up-to-date tour information and music streaming offers.

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