Third Light make epic rock music for the masses, anthemic hooks and choruses together with solar guitar effects that perfectly compliment solid and honest pop/rock songwriting and exhilarating performances.
Forming in 2005 from the ashes of previous bands, the core of Third Light have been together writing music for several years now.
In 2006, one of the bands tracks “Gone Too Long” was used on a Barclays Premier League advert that aired on BBC World and again in early 2007, for the launch of the Popworld Pulp magazine - based on the popular music television show on Channel 4.
They recorded their first EP, “Iodine” in July 2007 at Invincible Studios with Scotch Gnarly and began production on their debut album, “Built By Machines”, in late 2008. It’s expected release date is mid-2009 and is being entirely self-engineered, produced, mixed, released and distributed by the band. First single from the album, “Leaders And Followers”, is included in this EPK and demonstrates their ability to not only write superb pop/rock music, but to produce it expertly as well.
The most common praise levelled at Third Light is the tightness and the energy they have in their live performances; something that they manage to capture effortlessly in their studio recordings as well.
DJ Wallis - lead vocals, rhythm guitar
Mike Payne - lead guitar, effects, backing vocals
Martin Bell - bass guitar, backing vocals
Richard Stillman - drums
Iodine (EP) - 4 tracks, 2007.
Leaders And Followers (single) - 2 tracks, April 2009.
Time To Shine / You’ve Got It All To Lose (double single) - 2 tracks, June 2010.
Built By Machines (album) - 11 tracks, August 2010.
Edited by thirdlightband on 5 May 2010, 08:27
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