Filed under: NICK HUGGINS, OSCAR + MARTIN | Tags: bamboo musik, canyons, cornelius brown, five lights, five lights on port philip bay, joshua batty, melbourne central, melbourne music week, NICK HUGGINS, northcote social club, Oscar+Martin, portastud, Two Bright Lakes
Two Bright Lakes are proud as punch to present the launch of Nick Huggins’ sophomore solo release Five Lights. Nick has been working hard on this for the last four years, crafting an slow burn album of diversity and subtle beauty. He’s also released an accompanying package called Five Lights on Port Philip Bay containing a book of words and a tape of instrumental works produced in the same creative period, complimenting the album of songs.
All of these works are available for sale from the Two Bright Lakes Store either as the album only, the tape and book only, or all three components together as one. Nick has also produced a website to accompany the release, located at twobrightlakes.com/fivelights. There you can watch videos created for each song on the album, photographs of pages from the book of words, and audio from the instrumental release.
Nick will be launching the album with an extra special band bringing the songs to life with support from Portastud. Doors open at 2pm, so get there early, Portastud is on at 2:30, and Nick after that.
Nick also be playing at the Two Bright Lakes Melbourne Music Week show on Melbourne Central rooftop on Saturday November 26th from 5pm, alongside Canyons (live), Oscar+Martin, Teeth and Tongue, Bamboo Musik, visual art by Cornelius Brown, projections by Joshua Batty and special guests to be announced…
Nick Huggins – Five Lights
out now through Two Bright Lakes / Remote Control
CD available in all good record stores throughout Australia courtesy of Inertia