Little Lights

  • Local
  • indie
  • experimental
  • dreampop

<a href="http://littlelights.bandcamp.com/album/4-roughs" data-mce-href="http://littlelights.bandcamp.com/album/4-roughs">4 roughs by little lights</a> Emmie Bishop - Vocals and Guitar - had been playing with locals Evans Collective (now We Are Snapdragon) for a time when she met Scot Torres - keys - (State Song). The two began a short lived collaboration tenatively called Bare Mask. Those couple of songs and a few of Emmie's previous works formed the basis of what would become

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