Skin & Earth Series by Lights
LIGHTS - Skin&Earth: Making an Album/Comic Crossover
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It feels like a Lights song, but the vocals and beat have a certain maturity to them that is hard to ignore. It definitely stands out early in the album. The lyrics on this track do a great job of painting a picture, which seems to be the end goal for Lights with this album and comic book combo. This was another track that showcased a more mature feeling to her vocals, making for another outstanding track on the album. From the beginning of this track, it is easy to feel the emotions that are meant to be felt while listening to this track.
The album was released on September 22, , released through Warner Bros. The album was preceded by release of her single " Giants ", as well as three other songs released promotionally. The album has charted number three in Canada and ninety-fifth in the US. Lights created the album alongside her comic book of the same name, which was initially released July Lights claimed in an interview with Billboard that she has always linked comic books and music together, but this is her first time creating a concept album based on her own comic book series,  which is illustrated and written by herself through Dynamite Entertainment. When asked where she got the idea to interweave the comic book and album, Lights responded with "I'm just such a fan of both mediums, so why not be the first one to really do it? It's been done slightly in a couple of ways before, but I don't think it's been done to this degree, so closely tied to an album and certainly not with a woman or in pop music.
Wed, April, 19 by Allison Bowsher. Since then, the Canadian singer welcomed her first child and expanded her loyal fan base by touring the UK. Now Lights is back with not only a new album announcement, but also the first comic from the cosplay-loving musician. The second video shows a dystopian world with two main characters, including an animated version of the newly redheaded Lights. Cinematic music fills the background of the video while a message appears on the screen. Written and illustrated in full by the multi-talented Lights, the first issue of the comic is available now for pre-order , with the digital edition set to be released in May.
Subsequently, the album was released in tandem with the comic books, and each of the album's 14 tracks correlates directly to a chapter within. But even if fans never check out the comic, there's nothing to stop them from enjoying the album, which features some of the Canadian singer's most emotive and powerful songs. These are soulful, open-hearted songs with a wide-screen production aesthetic that combines Lights ' electronic inclinations with a textured mix of instruments from fuzzy, laser-beam synths and pounding beats, to razor-sharp electric guitars and floor-vibrating basslines.
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