New indie pop/punk band Lights Go Down, featuring critically acclaimed artist Jason Dunn, will head into the studio this month, to work on its debut album set to release later this year.
Lights Go Down, formed in New York in May of 2014, is set to record in various studios throughout The Big Apple with producers Ryan and Nathan Hughes. The band is drawing creativity from their inspirations including New Found Glory, Neck Deep and Four Year Strong.
“I’m very excited about getting back into the studio,” shares Dunn. “This time with Lights Go Down. I’m also very excited about the future of pop punk!”
Fans are eager to hear the music from Lights Go Down as they have shown their support by generously donating more than $7,000 via IndieGoGo to the band’s fundraising campaign. The band is amazed and appreciative of their fans generosity, as funds continue to pour in over the last remaining days of the campaign, which will come to a close on January 15. To participate in the fundraiser, go to: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/lights-go-down-s-debut-ep-we-kept-it-alive/x/8802198
Hailing from Ontario, Canada, Dunn is most recognizable for being the lead singer in chart-topping Christian band Hawk Nelson. Over the course of Hawk Nelson’s ten year career, the Tooth and Nail Records’ band released five full-length albums, sold over half a million albums, garnered numerous hits, and a Grammy® and Dove Award nomination.
Story Source: Sundari PR