Thursday, September 16, 2010
One of the hardest working indie bands I've come across, Lights Resolve has spent the past four years incessantly touring and building their fan base. Whether on the road or online, they continue to form relationships with fans and Sunday night was their way of thanking fans for that support.
For nearly 40 minutes, Lights Resolve diehards piled into their van and listened to their soon to be released debut full length. Parked outside of Maxwell's, it was the first time they heard the record in its entirety.
"Whenever you guys want to leave, you can. We're not holding you," Reich joked.
By the tenth and final track most were still there, often singing along to the songs they heard earlier that night.
For the complete review, visit Hoboken Patch.
Posted by ANNIE REUTER at 5:00 PM