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Skin&Earth Acoustic

Lights

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1.1
Skydiving (Cliff Recording)
Lights
3:57
1.2
Until the Light (Truck Cab Recording)
Lights
3:34
1.3
Savage (Rain Recording)
Lights
4:04
1.4
New Fears (Bedroom Recording)
Lights
4:34
1.5
We Were Here (Tunnel Recording)
Lights
4:15
1.6
Kicks (River Recording)
Lights
4:16
1.7
Almost Had Me (Desert Recording)
Lights
4:40
1.8
Tabs
Lights
3:40
1.9
Lost Girls  EXPLICIT
Lights
3:31
1.10
Down Forever
Lights
3:40
Total Playing Time    40:11
Lights releases her new album Skin&Earth Acoustic, via Universal Music Canada. The offering was heralded by lead single "Lost Girls", one of three new tracks appearing on the album alongside seven acoustic versions of tracks taken from 2017’s Skin&Earth album. The album was recorded, produced and mixed by Lights with the seven acoustic updates recorded directly in their corresponding environments, previously brought to life in the project’s accompanying graphic novel of the same title.
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