THANK YOU KEXP (& to our fans – if you feel like politely requesting to hear us: firstname.lastname@example.org).
It’s official – the album is out! You can find the Vinyl copy here:
and digital download here:
Get there at 9:30 for an awesome evening of music! We’ll have copies of the album, cds, and t-shirts available at the Merch Table.
Hey there everyone – just re-iterating, tomorrow March 26th is the ‘official’ release date for our new album, “Things To Figure Out.”
Drop by Knick Knack records and grab a copy! Record Release Party is not far away at all – Saturday April 6th @ The High Dive with the Low Hums & Levator!
Buy the vinyl & get a digital download code as well (with the bonus 3 tracks that did not fit on the vinyl)!
Thanks to Seattle Bike Blog for picking up our request for video footage. The days are getting longer and the sun is making appearances. We need footage, and we would love to have a video done in time for Bike To Work Month, which is May.
Seattle-based dream-pop band Half Light needs help from the city’s cyclists. We’re looking for cycling footage to use in a video for our song “Emerald City.” The song’s lyrics were written after our bass player / lead singer, Dayna Loeffler, had a particularly nice ride into work. Dayna says she remembers that there was no traffic on the Ballard Bridge sidewalk, that she had no trouble merging into traffic and though it was cold, the sun was shining and the view of the Puget Sound and the Olympic Mountains from Myrtle-Edwards Park was epic.
We want to stitch together video that shows the glory of our city as seen from the saddle by using footage taken by cyclists during their rides all over the Seattle. In particular we want footage taken in sunshine (or Half Light) that is not too shaky, bumpy or rough (easy to look at and follow) and shows the beautiful places in our city. Places like: Seward Park, any bridge, the arboretum, Lake Wa BLVD, any mountains, downtown, waterfront, iconic skyline views etc. If your clip is used in the video the band will get you a free MP3 download of the entire new album and full credit will be given to all video contributors. Contact email@example.com for complete details.
This commuter vid has nice lighting and is not too shaky – we’d like a little more scenery, but this is pretty close: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5CvyRCDnF-g
Here is a link to the song if you want to hear it: https://soundcloud.com/half-light-seattle/emerald-city?in=half-light-seattle/sets/things-to-figure-out
Contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org