The Bright Lights EP

by Gone For Good

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Occasionally, indie scenesters are reminded of the undeniability of pop songs. On the national level, ultra-hip indie labels such as Merge, Slumberland and Hardly Art have been lauded for the pop chops of their artists. In New Haven, BAR, whose Sunday night live music series is this town's epicenter of indie cool, has hosted a string of indie-pop acts lately. And out in New London, one band in particular has been leading the way in indie scenesters' rediscovery of pop songs: Gone For Good.

The garage-pop trio plays loud rock music with overdriven guitars and powerhouse drumming, delivering efficient and accessible songs with obvious hooks: not-dumbed-down, completely unironic, fun stuff that's instantly recognizable, but can rarely be traced back to a clear sonic reference point. They've crashed the downtown New London scene (they come from Norwich) and have become fixtures, reminding the local indie crowd that pop's cool.

Brian LaRue, New Haven Advocate


released August 23, 2010

Josh Lecce | drums, percussion
Nicholas Johns | guitar, vocals, keys
Ryan Perkins | bass, vocals

Horns on Dinner Date II :
Adam Demorest | saxophone
Johnny "Ska" Harbel | trumpet
Patrick Murphy | trombone

Andy Stackpole⎮ producer
Josh Behan ⎮ photography
Brian Henson ⎮ digital cover art, talking
Pat Murphy⎮ Trombone
Adam Demorist ⎮ Sax
Johnny Harbel ⎮ Trumpet



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