Earthquake Lights tap 19 piece orchestra for in-studio performance

Earthquake Lights just released their new LP, Distress Signals, and they’re playing a show at Arlene’s Grocery tomorrow 5/25 to celebrate this new collection of tunes. To give you a taste of how these phenomenal songs come across in the live setting, Under The Radar premiered a special live performance of “So Far No Luck.” This gorgeous video features help from The Shattered Glass orchestra, and takes the song to a whole new level. Take a peek below.


Earthquake Lights and Shattered Glass share studio recording of "Open Ocean"

Earthquake Lights recently released Distress Signals, their orchestral full-length that has seen praise from Uproxx, Under the Radar, The 405 and many more. Today, they’re sharing this intimate studio session recording with Shattered Glass, giving us a glimpse into the way all the instruments come together to create this beautiful song.

Earthquake Lights share new video from Distress Signals

Earthquake Lights have a new album slated for April 5 from which we have already been treated to several delicious tastes. Today is a special treat, though, with the new Minu Park directed video premiering at Substream Magazine. The song speaks to the frustrations we can experience as we try to navigate success in our lives, something to which most of us can relate. Songwriter Myles Rodenhouse reassures that “We all face times like this, and it’s OK to pursue dreams and to fail.”

Earthquake Lights drop new track from Distress Signals

Brooklyn quintet Earthquake Lights have just released the newest single from their upcoming LP Distress Signals over at The 405. The band combine elements of jazz with their indie rock tendencies and make music that’s easy to get lost in, confirmed by The 405 when they say, “Overall it's a subtly disorienting experience in the most positive of ways where everything comfortably blurs together and washes over you and pulling you into its vortex.” Take a listen below on Soundcloud, stream it on Spotify, or preorder the album via Bandcamp.

Earthquake Lights share new single from Distress Signals LP

Brooklyn quintet Earthquake Lights have shared a new single from their upcoming full-length, due out April 12. The inspired song debuted at Atwood Magazine, who say, “‘May Day’ is a slow, brooding jazz track full of chilling vulnerability.” Check it out below and keep an eye out for more from Earthquake Lights soon!

Earthquake Lights announce debut LP, share first video

Brooklyn quintet Earthquake Lights will see the release of their debut full-length, Distress Signals, on April 12. Today, they have shared the gorgeous video for “Moonlight” via Brightest Young Things, who say “I guarantee there’s no way you won’t dig it!” The band will host a special performance with friends Jukebox the Ghost this Saturday, January 19 live from Douglass Recording. To live stream the event, sign up HERE.