In House With Lights
Lights recently released ‘Siberia,’ a follow-up album that debuted at No. 3 in Canada (behind Adele and Feist)  and cracked the Top 50 Billboard charts in the U.S., a great showing that came from her collaboration with experimental  indie electronic act Holy F—-. “I was kind of anticipating adversity,” she admits to Spinner. “But most people  seem to be on board with ‘Siberia.’ Some are kind of standoffish when  they first hear it because it is different, but I think it grows on  people. It’s always going to be pop. I love pop. It just so happened  that I took this grittier direction.”
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In House With Lights

Lights recently released ‘Siberia,’ a follow-up album that debuted at No. 3 in Canada (behind Adele and Feist) and cracked the Top 50 Billboard charts in the U.S., a great showing that came from her collaboration with experimental indie electronic act Holy F—-.

“I was kind of anticipating adversity,” she admits to Spinner. “But most people seem to be on board with ‘Siberia.’ Some are kind of standoffish when they first hear it because it is different, but I think it grows on people. It’s always going to be pop. I love pop. It just so happened that I took this grittier direction.”

For more check out the full story on Spinner!

Photo by Gino DePinto, AOL

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