- Ryan Seaman (2009 – 2011)
"With an infectiously energetic sound that draws equal comparison to pop and arena rock, The Bigger Lights have made significant strides in the last year. The self-produced and recorded EP "Third Act Stories" was released to the rave review of fans and industry alike in November of 2007. The group signed with indie powerhouse Doghouse Records (The All-American Rejects, Say Anything, Jet Lag Gemini) in the summer of 2008, less than one year after forming.
With their debut EP for Doghouse Records (entitled "Fiction Fever") released digitally on October 7, 2008, and an extras-loaded CD version set for an April 7, 2009 release along with upcoming tour dates all across the country, the future is bright for The Bigger Lights. "We're very thankful and excited to be where we are right now," says Topher. "But not a whole lot has changed. We're still just kids writing songs in our basement.""
The Bigger Lights first full-length album (self-titled) will be released March 30th 2010.
On January 8th Christopher “Topher” Talley announced that the band will be going on a "hiatus," and are now listed on Doghouse's Records website as "alumni"
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