City Lights Album Announcement

2013-10-17 by LITERALLY Donald Trump | 5 Comments
Ohio pop punk band City Lights have announced that their sophomore album The Way Things SHould Be will be released December 12th, 2013. It is being released through InVogue Records, and the first single as well as preorders will be available on October 31st.

To see the band's original announcement, follow the link below:

tinyurl.com/CityLightsAlbumInfo

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TheGreatQ
October 17th 2013
2451 Comments


Stoked. And I guess "Leaving Home" wasn't a single for this.

AtomicShane
October 17th 2013
2116 Comments


^_^

skoopy48
October 18th 2013
1856 Comments


Leaving Home was just ok but this band is fun. Fucking 2013 for pop punk

lucasjcockcroft
October 18th 2013
3721 Comments


really stoked

Curse.
October 18th 2013
8055 Comments


This isn't Light This City, what the fuck am I doing here



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