City Lights Announce Breakup2014-02-13 by LITERALLY Donald Trump | 13 Comments
|Columbus, Ohio pop punk band City Lights announced on their Facebook today that they are breaking up, ending their six years as a band. This news comes just over two months after they released their sophomore album The Way Things Should Be. The members cite their desire to pursue different projects as the catalyst for the breakup. Although no specifics were given, some members plan to continue producing music in other bands while some will be getting into a more behind the scenes role in the industry.|
They also announced that, if their schedules allow for it, they will be performing some farewell shows. How many there would be or when this would happen were not stated.
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This sucks, they were a good band.
Digging: Stitched Up Heart - Never Alone
Pouring out a 40oz for Andcas...
*sitting in Columbus
*Never heard of City Lights
grace the interstate
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Saw this on fb sad to see
Too bad, both their lp's were good.
this fucking sucks so much
Sooooo shit, they had heaps of potential to release a truly special album.
fuck, i just got into these guys like 2 months ago
ugh this just keeps getting worse
Their newest album was a hard 4.
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