Toronto born Valerie Poxleitner or better known as lights’ new studio album Little Machines is a hit with her single from this album “Up We Go” is a huge hit due to the change in genre Lights took for this album trying to make more radio friendly music, instead of her regular pop music that most people either like or don’t without much middle. This change in genre with a more wide range of people has lifted her career in to the stratosphere. Like a lot of modern artists, Lights has embraced the sounds of retro, new wave and electro. Hoping that it can boost the energy of her music and, if she’s lucky, spark slow-motion dance parties and pillow fights. Lights’ Studio album Little Machines is more than a collection of mid-tempo and halfheaterd filler tracks, songs that are born and die away with the same energy. Every track on this album from the first verse to the last chorus progression takes you on a journey through the wild and imaginative mind of lights some good and some bad. For example like the song “Up We Go” is about how things can be good or bad and how you should still be able to get through it and keep your hopes up and just go, or the song “Running With The Boys” is about her back in her younger years where she didn’t have a care in the world and how she could do whatever she wanted to such as just live life to its fullest and how now she isn’t able to have this same type of freedom. Honestly one of her best work to date she really captures every emotion you could ever go through in her 14 track album an easy 10/10 for me.
I didn't evan know that she has made a new cd yet i didn't evan know when did it come out in stores i really like her songs in the halloween dance at my school this year they put a song called up we go and i didn't evan know that she sings this song i thought that some kind of other girl singer is singing but she is singing this song cause my littile brother was watching the music video on the computer that's how i know i love all of her songs on every cd she has made evan this one.
Just bought this one on a weekend trip to Montreal and it's definately worth the buy.
One of the best CDs - beginning to end - I've heard in a long time.
There are wonderful musical surprises, powerful phrasing and impactful words, all sculpted by a young, very talented Canadian singer-songwriter.
This CD deserves a listen.
Worth the buy! Fantastic album!
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