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Midnight Machines is more than just an acoustic retelling of 2014's Little Machines. With the instruments stripped way back, Lights’ vocals are more emotion-packed and confidently honest than they’ve ever sounded. Where “Up We Go” was once a peppy electro-pop fist-pumper, and “Muscle Memory” a slinky, arpeggiated-synth groover, here they're direct, tender, and vulnerable. But what’s more important is that Midnight Machines gets you listening to the gorgeous songs she's penned, unbleached by production flash. It’s a rare feat to improve upon a record by redoing it years later—but that’s arguably the case with this beauty.

Customer Reviews

So far

So good! Can't wait for the rest, meteorites is so relaxing!


Such a dedicated and talented woman. Her music is so original and beautiful. One of her best acoustic projects so far, just in time for Summer.


I love her music. However, It is so annoying when artists release a new album and...they give rehashed recordings. It is so lazy. Make a fresh album, then put a couple of these acoustics as bonus. Don't try and celebrate a NEW album with prior awesome songs now slow and less awesome. I've already purchased the "little machines" album. Don't need to buy another one.


Born: April 11, 1987 in Timmins, Ontario, Canada

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Lights first cracked the Canadian charts in May 2008, when the debut single "Drive My Soul" introduced her synthesis of youthful, sellable alt-rock and contemporary synth pop. Born in April 1987 in Timmins, Ontario, Valerie Poxleitner spent her childhood traveling alongside her missionary parents. She also took up songwriting at an early age, using verses from the Bible to prompt titles for her new material. She began writing music for Sony/ATV Music Publishing at the age of 18; shortly thereafter,...
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Midnight Machines, Lights
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  • $7.99
  • Genres: Pop, Music, Rock
  • Released: Apr 08, 2016

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