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Release show for the 11th Anniversary Reissue of The Bright Light Social Hour's self-titled debut album! with code DETROIT - limited to 100!
🧡 General tickets on sale 10AM FRI AUG 13
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The Bright Light Social Hour will celebrate more than a decade of bringing "continually exhilarating" (NPR Music) performances to Austin and beyond with a re-issue of their self-titled debut album via Supermassive. Limited-edition vinyl bundles of 'The Bright Light Social Hour (11th Anniversary Edition)' are now available for pre-order, featuring exclusive color variants, 7" demos, handwritten lyrics, t-shirts and more.
Having endured a global pandemic and the loss of their brother/manager to bipolar disorder (explored in their two-volume psych epic ‘Jude’), TBLSH emerge to deliver a fresh celebration of the album and city
that propelled them to international renown. They'll mark the occasion with a long-awaited show at the
Mohawk on Nov 6, as the band hopes to recapture the "irreplaceable communion of live music and the
resilience of the Austin music scene.”
After many years out of print on vinyl, the 180g reissue features four previously unreleased demos, a new hand-illustrated cover by Cody Gunningham and a lost song called "Ocean," a hypnotic anthem which was originally intended to be track five on the album. Left on the cutting room floor after studio time ran dry, the band recently completed the recording and reintroduced it to its rightful place on the album.
Known for their bold brand of psychedelia informed by hard rock, soul, post-disco and pop, The Bright
Light Social Hour have supported artists from Aerosmith to Thee Oh Sees, worked with Bryan
Cranston to score the theme for Amazon's 'Sneaky Pete', provided soundtracks for HBO and
Nintendo, and had songs featured on Riverdale, Vice Principals, Kingdom, Brooklyn 99, Teen Wolf