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Past Shows

Mon. March 17th 2008
Pub 340 Vancouver BC (No Minors)
ST PATTY'S DEBAUCHERY! Lights Below, Conversations, A Trophy Life
Sat. November 17th 2007
Pub 340 Vancouver BC (No Minors)
Ninjaspy, Fake Shark Real Zombie, Lights Below, the next hundred years
Sun. November 11th 2007
Pub 340 Vancouver BC (No Minors)
Lights Below, conversation, A Trophy Life, quick, said the bird
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Lights Below

Screamo from Vancouver BC
Label: Independant
Broken Up - Confirmed: Nov. 25, 2010 (Archived)

Contact Details

Lights Below are five dudes who play music for the love of it. That is it. They write songs to make themselves happy, and have the time of their lives doing so. Touring Canada multiple times, and the west coast of the USA with only a 6 song EP, has brought this band a strong fan base, which only continues to grow.

The band recently finished a 6 week full US tour, taking them coast to coast, followed by another 7 weeks across Canada, while recording a new album in between. In the midst of their strenuous touring schedule, the band signed a deal with Canadian indie-label Torque Recording Company.

Already performing alongside such bands as The Used (Reprise); 30 Seconds To Mars (Virgin); Chiodos & Damiera (Equal Vision); Bury Your Dead & Aiden (Victory); Moneen & Senses Fail (Vagrant); Bleed The Dream, Adair, & My American Heart (Warcon); Saosin (Capitol); The End (Relapse); The Gorgeous (Distort); Bless The Fall & Greeley Estates (both on Record Collection), and a date on the 2006 Vans Warped Tour, what the future holds for this group has yet to be seen.

With their Torque Records debut, She Teaches Defeat, set for release on September 4th, 2007, the band is poised and ready for anything and everything. Are you ready?

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Last Lineup

Taylor GrantDrums2003-The End
Greg DionGuitar2003-The End
Keenan FedericoBass2003-The End
Tristan FedericoVocals2003-The End
Sean JacksonGuitar2004-The End
Status: Broken Up
- Last confirmed Nov. 25, 2010