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Dim Lit Daylight


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DIM LIT DAYLIGHT’S sound is a mix of ‘indie rock’ & ‘alternative pop’ — and although their style has evolved over the course of their travels, they aspire to bring both heart & soul to their performance as well as the passion of personal experience to their lyrics and music.

When asked what they sound like, the guys often reference their influences. Bands like ‘The Cure’, ‘The Beatles’, ‘The Police’ and ‘Death Cab for Cutie’ — just to name a few — have been a source of inspiration for the group, but they admit that they like to mix it up and are always looking to re-invent themselves with each new song.

While they endeavor to create music that’s timeless, they also enjoy working with new technologies that allow them to stretch their artistic muscle — and for a two piece band, they make a very full sound.

Ask any ‘Dim Lit Fan’ what they’re like and you’ll never get the same answer twice. They have been compared to everyone from ‘Jack Johnson’, ‘Maroon 5’, ‘Van Morrison’ and ‘Counting Crows’ to ‘Death Cab for Cutie’, ‘Damien Rice’, ‘The Police’ and ‘John Mayer’. Someone even mentioned once that their song, ‘Velvet Elvis’, was somewhat reminiscent of a young ‘Roy Orbison’.

“Fans always want something new, and we want the opportunity to deliver something different and unexpected with each record. It’s safe to re-write the same song over and over, but the real excitement is trying to find something new in your sound.” says vocalist Josh Free.


Joshua Free | vocals, guitar & Anthony D.R. Montanino | electric bass


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