A few days ago we tackled Chicago band Light Pollution's new record Apparitions, calling "Drunk Kids", "one of the oddest of the album's nine songs". Singer James Michael Cicero encourages his listener to "let go of all that surrounds you", and in the video to the tune, that apparently means where-ever/whenever. The advice finds the protagonist of this story in the middle of a car wash, turning a squeaky clean moment into something much more psychedelic and out of this world.
Light Pollution On Tour Jun 30 - EMO'S JR - AUSTIN, TX
Jul 1 - LOCHRANNS - FRISCO, TX
Jul 9 - FORCASTLE FESTIVA - LOUISVILLE, Kentucky
Jul 11 - WEST FEST - CHICAGO, IL
Jul 11 - NITETROTTER FEST @ MIXTAPES - EAST MOLINE, Illinois
Jul 16 - Pitchfork After Party @ EMPTY BOTTLE - CHICAGO, IL
Jul 17 - TURNER HALL BALLROOM - MILWAUKEE, WI