Video of the Day – The Mystery Lights “Melt”

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It’s not often that both the record of the day and video of the day are from the same band but this is about the music and today , it’s all about The Mystery Lights.

From the debut self-titled album by The Mystery Lights out now on Wick Records (A Daptone Records Subsidiary). Buy the album
The Mystery Lights – Self-titled

The Mystery Lights – Self-titled

Mike Brandon and L.A. Solano have been in many different versions of The Mystery Lights under assorted monikers since their teens. In a heroic jump from the small town of Salinas, California to NYC, the band solidified its lineup to also include Alex Amini, Kevin Harris, and Noah Kohll. The explosive live shows gradually became the stuff of legend, as the quintet won their following one fan at a time in dives from Brooklyn to the Bowery. Organically unfolding over the nights months and years, the Lights’ sound has evolved into a fuzz-fueled hopped-up 21st Century take on 60s garage pebbles, and artful 70s punk, that is all their own.
2016 finds these rock’n’roll knights embarking upon the next logical step – unleashing their own brand of kick out the jams on tour and in the studio. When Daptone Records launched their Wick Records rock imprint, they wasted no time approaching Mystery Lights as their inaugural act. Hot on the heels of the “Too Many Girls”/”Too Tough To Bear” single, Wick officially rolls out the Mystery Lights’ debut LP, recorded at Daptone Records’ House of Soulstudio, on June 24. Are you ready? – Jonathan Toubin

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