Check out indie rock band Earthquake Lights' new single, “Quarter to Midnight” at https://open.spotify.com/album/7AEfYgh8IhXUiLDvuDVLhI?highlight=spotify:track:046D53d44srqul2pwKZpqT! The song is available across all other major streaming services, too.
Listen To Indie Rock Band’s New Jazz-Infused
Single On Streaming Services Now
There's nothing quite like discovering a song that resonates with your soul. To feel
the music, to feel the lyrics. Indie rock band Earthquake Lights hopes to do just
that for listeners with the premiere of their new song.
The band has released a new single called “Quarter to
Midnight” in a follow-up to their 2019 debut album Distress
Signals. The song is now available across all major streaming
You can stream the song on the Spotify App or click
the link in the description to be taken directly to the
song on Spotify!
“Quarter to Midnight” was released on
August 14. With this new release,
Earthquake Lights hopes to serve
listeners the sound that drew people to
their first album.
The band is known for its alternative
rock style with jazz-inflicted harmonies
and melodies over classical textures,
and even some hints of R&B.
In past reviews from Under The Radar Magazine, Atwood Magazine, and Substream
Magazine, the band’s 10-track debut album received positive acclaim. The New York
natives’ music was heralded as introspective, vulnerable, and masterful.
In past reviews from Under The Radar
Magazine, Atwood Magazine, and
Substream Magazine, the band's 10-
track debut album received positive
The New York natives' music was
heralded as introspective, vulnerable,
Under The Radar said people "Won't regret" listening, as it's an album "That comes
along as if from nowhere and knocks you sideways with the kind of listening experience
which we all dream about having, but in actual fact have very infrequently."
Along with all major streaming
services and apps—including iTunes,
bandcamp, and Soundcloud
—“Quarter to Midnight” is on
You can find the band on social
media, which includes Instagram,
Twitter, and Facebook.
lights.com to find out