Fallen Lights – Pricetag

Midlands based quartet, FALLEN LIGHTS, have released the video for their debut single, ‘Pricetag’. Produced by Philip Magee (Kodaline,The Script, The Blizzards), ‘Pricetag’ is taken from their forthcoming 5 track EP released this Autumn.
Fallen Lights have had a busy few months having performed live in every single county across Ireland in 32 days and racked up over 3.5 million views for their performance of Father Ted classic ‘My Lovely Horse’ – view video on facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/FallenLightsOfficial/
Fallen Lights just completed their mammoth 32 date tour of Ireland in 32 days. The 32 date tour aptly called ” Mind Your Mind” also had the dual purpose of raising awareness for mental health issues and Fallen Lights partnered with the charity Inspire for this raising over €2000 euro.
Single “Pricetag”  is a colourful & energetic portrayal of Irish Indie Rock and, the track engages the listener from the get go and has you singing along by the end of the first chorus!. Singer Graham Dowling says about the single “it’s supposed to reflect youthful relationships and the inevitable commitment issues everyone deals with.” From first listen its very evident that Fallen Lights have created a perfect summer single.

Fallen Lights released their first EP in June 2015, which they followed with an extensive Irish tour. With tracks from their debut EP receiving remarkable airplay for an unsigned independent act,  a new EP on the horizon and new single ‘Pricetag’, the future looks promising for this young Irish band.

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