June 8, 2018 – Hollywood, CA – Today, Parade of Lights share the music video for their current single “Tidal Waves.” Watch it HERE.

The brilliantly bold and bright visual intercuts high energy performance footage of the buzzing Los Angeles alternative rock band with gorgeous vignettes of the ocean. As the lyrics and music unfurl, a gripping narrative takes center stage. The clip mirrors the push-and-pull of the track from its sweeping refrain to propulsive rhythms punctuated by neon keys and fuzzed-up guitars. The song is available on the group’s brand new EP—Human Condition Part 1 [Virgin Records]— out now.

Over the past two weeks, the trio’s contribution to NETFLIX’s 13 Reasons Why: Original Series Soundtrack, “Tangled Up”, has already clocked over 1.5 million Spotify streams worldwide. It also earned a coveted spot on Spotify’s Indie Pop Playlist where it continues to generate attention.

2018 is shaping up to be a big year or Parade of Lights. Be on the lookout for more very soon.

Parade of Lights takes shoegaze craftsmanship, dancefloor iridescence, and alternative spirit and brighten them all up. Since the release of 2015’s full-length Feeling Electric, their glow has quietly become impossible to escape. In addition to being featured in notable spots for the Super Bowl®, the Academy Awards®, the GRAMMY® Awards, and The Voice, the single “Golden” eclipsed 10 million combined streams and counting. Meanwhile, “Feeling Electric” crossed the 9-million-mark in addition to featuring in EA Sports’ FIFA 16 as “We’re The Kids” soared to Top 10 airplay on Alt Nation. A live favorite, they’ve ignited stages at Bonnaroo, Firefly, Life Is Beautiful, Bottlerock, and Summerfest in addition to playing alongside Imagine Dragons, X Ambassadors, AWOLNATION, and Fitz & The Tantrums to name a few. Moreover, praise has come from Rolling Stone, BuzzFeed, Interview, and many more.

Human Condition Part 1 Tracklist:
1. Tidal Waves
2. Inside My Head
3. Victorious
4. Human Condition
5. Touch

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