· ‘Infinite Light’, Lightning Dust’s sophomore album for
Jagjaguwar, finds duo Amber Webber and Joshua Wells
(both of Black Mountain) calling upon the powers of classic
pop arrangements and making the most of five days with a
Steinway Grand piano, Lightning Dust have delivered a cosmic
record about the adventure in finding love and the journey in
losing and rediscovering “the light.”
· While ‘Infinite Light’ is definitely more layered and lush than
previous efforts, Lightning Dust’s minimal aesthetic works
well in the economy of musical theatre, an influence for
the record, wherein each song’s movements aim to be more
inspiring than the one before it. And this is suiting in that the
album is a nod to “the light of inspiration” that inspires us to
keep dancing, creating and loving in spite of an encroaching
darkness. It’s a reminder that what makes the mountains so
very, very black is a distant light somewhere on the other side.
· The beautiful album artwork is by Jeremy Schmidt (of Black
Mountain), known for his Hipgnosis-like covers for Black
Mountain and Pink Mountaintops.
· Available on CD and LP (includes a digital download
coupon for free MP3s of the full album).
Antonia Jane * I Knew * Dreamer * The Times *
Never Seen * History * Honest Man *
Waiting On The Sun To Rise *
Wondering What Everyone * Knows * Take It Home
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