Lights, Capitol City Film Festival

Electro-pop singer, Lights, played her unique brand of catchy techno-esque pop at the Capitol City Film Festival.  With a whimsical take on an otherwise dim-lit underground genre, this Canadian indie diva leverages melodies and key boards to create a delightful Owl-City like sound—it fits a female much better.  A collection of contrasts, she recently released a soft acoustic recording of her album, Siberia.  Check out the show below!

Lights, playing at the Capitol City Film Festival.

Lights, playing at the Capitol City Film Festival.

Lights released an acoustic version of her album, Siberia, in late April.

Lights released an acoustic version of her album, Siberia, in late April.

Surprisingly  unassuming, Lights comprises mostly of a single gal.  The acoustic companion to her popular album, Siberia, proves there's music behind the computers.

Surprisingly unassuming, Lights comprises mostly of a single gal. The acoustic companion to her popular album, Siberia, proves there’s music behind the computers.

With collaborators like Adam Young of Owl City, Lights spends some of the acoustic Siberia gaining cred in the electro-piano game.

With collaborators like Adam Young of Owl City, Lights spends some of the acoustic Siberia gaining cred in the electro-piano game.

A Canadian grown, indie pop-star, Lights gives more meaning to the duo of a delightful female vocal and catchy melody.

A Canadian grown, indie pop-star, Lights gives more meaning to the duo of a delightful female vocal and catchy melody.

Lights' loyal fan base grows with energetic live shows.  There's plenty of jumpy tracks, and, well, lights.. to keep the audience engaged.

Lights’ loyal fan base grows with energetic live shows. There’s plenty of jumpy tracks, and, well, lights.. to keep the audience engaged.

All Photos by Eat Pomegranate Photography


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Frank Cass is a regular contributor to Badger Senate, writer, and multi-instrumentalist musician with interest in the neo blues and folk movements.