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Indie Pop Trio Night Lights Debuts Their Music Video ‘Revolution’

Night Lights new music video ‘Revolution’ is out now and available for everyone via Position Music. It was produced by AKA Wolves and directed along with edited by Nathan Tecson of Bring Out The Gold. 

Their music video ‘Revolution’ was inspired by the global pandemics quarantine lifestyle.

The trio-band used kitschy-DIY props, Zoom party footage, and a bedroom quarantine performance footage for their video. 

“With all that’s happening in the world, we wanted to make a music video that fit within our constraints and somehow made us feel connected in quarantine,” said Jimenez. “We wanted to show that the revolution could happen in our rooms. It starts with us and with a change of attitude and perspective towards our seemingly crumbling world. We hope it makes people smile and dance and want to do something today to affect tomorrow.” 

Night Lights is set to drop another single on December 11nth with Position Music called ‘Fire’. In addition, they are set to drop their EP early next year in 2021.

In the past, the Indie-pop trio have shared stages with JoyWave, Great Great Fine OK, Mako.

The Los Angeles Based band members Mau Jimenez (Vocalist), Yusuke Sato (Guitarist) and Dag Eirik Hanken (Drummer) studied together in college. They immediately bonded after sharing their mutual taste in music and their common worldviews. 

They wanted to use their indie retro-future rock-pop music platform to celebrate the duality of the human emotion. 

The trio band members come from different backgrounds. Vocalist Mau Jimenez is Mexican, while guitarist Yasuke Sato is Japanese and drummer Dag Eirik Hanken is Norwegian.

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Liliana Ramirez

Liliana Ramirez is a Mexican-American bilingual student journalist at California State University, Northridge. She is majoring in journalism with an emphasis in broadcast. She has received an associate’s degree in communications from Los Angeles Valley College and expects to graduate in May 2021 with a Bachelor of Arts degree from CSUN. In her life, she sees herself doing entertainment, hard news and news anchoring. She aspires to be an excellent reporter and amplify the voices of her community. As of now, she is the social media coordinator for the RTDNA student chapter and a member of the NAHJ student chapter at CSUN.

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