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Lights Shares New Single “Real Thing (Ft. Elohim)”

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Lights has debuted new single “Real Thing ft. ELOHIM.” The track is accompanied by an official video, which is streaming now below. “Real Thing ft. ELOHIM” is available on all streaming services now.

Lights expanded on the track, “‘Real Thing’ challenges the traditional concept of ‘The one for you.’ I don’t think it actually exists, but we are predominantly sold this idea that we need to find one person, lock them in forever, and you can’t change and grow. We’re always looking for the real thing, but it’s not always fucking real. Elohim and I had a really fun couple days working at her spot in LA writing this track. She is a virtuoso!”

Last month, Lights announced the “Baby I’m Back” North American headline tour. The month-long trek kicks off April 3, 2022 in Portland, OR, making stops at The Fonda in Los Angeles and New York City’s Irving Plaza before wrapping up in Toronto, Ontario on May 7th. Tickets for all dates are available now. For more information, please visit www.iamlights.com.

Earlier this fall, Lights returned with new single and official video for “Prodigal Daughter,” the first track from her forthcoming new album expected for arrival in 2022. Lights. who has recently collaborated with the likes of deadmau5, ILLENIUM, Travis Barker and more, turns the spotlight back on herself with the infectious, frenetic track. “Prodigal Daughter” is available now on all streaming platforms via Fueled By Ramen.

Lights also shared “The Clinic,” a new side story based off Lights’ Skin&Earth comic series. Written and illustrated exclusively by Lights herself, fans can read a portion of the story at www.visittheclinic.com.  

Lights 2022 Tour Dates

APRIL
3           Portland, OR                  Roseland Theater
4           Seattle, WA                    The Showbox
6           San Francisco, CA           The Regency Ballroom
7           Los Angeles, CA             The Fonda Theatre
8           Pomona, CA                   The Glass House
9           Phoenix, AZ                    Crescent Ballroom
11         Dallas, TX                        Granada Theater
12         Austin, TX                       Mohawk
13         Houston, TX                   White Oak Music Hall
15         Atlanta, GA                    The Masquerade
16         Nashville, TN                 The Basement East
17         Carrboro, NC                 Cat’s Cradle
19         New York, NY                 Irving Plaza
20         Philadelphia, PA             Theatre of Living Arts
22         Washington, DC             9:30 Club
23         Boston, MA                    Big Night Live
24         Pittsburgh, PA               Mr. Smalls Theatre
25         Columbus, OH               Newport Music Hall
26         St. Louis, MO                 Delmar Hall
28         Kansas City, MO             Madrid Theatre
29         Denver, CO                    Summit
30         Salt Lake City, UT          Soundwell

MAY
3           Minneapolis, MN          Varsity Theater
4           Chicago, IL                      House of Blues Chicago
6           Detroit, MI                     Majestic Theatre
7           Toronto, ON                  History

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