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Tuesday 22nd November 2016

Touch Me

Release date: TBC

 

Bright Light Bright Light (aka Rod Thomas) releases new track ‘Touch Me’ ahead of the eagerly anticipated EP release of ‘Cinematography’, which you can pre-order as a download or limited edition CD with fold-out poster here:http://po.st/blblcinematography

 

Taking on the Cathy Dennis version, ‘Touch Me’ comes as another incredible rework of one of Rod’s most favoured songs from the silver screen. He saysEveryone remembers Cathy Dennis' amazing 90s cover and partial re-write of 'Touch Me' but there's also something so cool about the original and its sparse production. Plus Fonda Rae's voice. It's from one of my favourite horror film franchises and that little riff is timeless, so I thought it would be a really fun one to cover for the EP. Done with a nod to both versions, and one of Cathy's other hits.”

‘Touch Me’ follows the first release from the new EP, a cover of  ‘Maniac’ (from Rod’s beloved dance film ‘Flashdance’), which you can hear here, and was also included in Bright Light Bright Light’s Halloween inspired mixtape ‘Cemetery Of Two Hearts’, a 60-minute mix of his favourite songs and dialogue from horror & sci-fi movies. You can listen to the mix here: http://bit.ly/2eNfy5Q

The ‘Cinematography’ EP sees Rod take his twist on soundtrack classics. Rod explains that'Choreography' was inspired by scenes from my favourite films and written to be the soundtrack to my own ridiculous colorful film, so as a sister EP, 'Cinematography' is a set of covers of some of my favorite songs from cinema.” Watch the promo video for the EP here: https://youtu.be/-0Bif-0vpUM

TRACKLISTING:

Do You Dream About Me (Originally by Alisha) – from Mannequin

Touch Me (Originally by Wish ft. Fonda Rae then Cathy Dennis) – from A Nightmare On Elm Street 2

Pure Shores (Originally by All Saints) – from The Beach

Time After Time (Originally by Cyndi Lauper) – from Romy & Michele’s High School Reunion

Maniac (Originally by Michael Sembello) – from Flashdance

Wicked Little Town (Originally by John Cameron Mitchell) – from Hedwig & The Angry Inch

Bright Light Bright Light has just rounded up a recent UK and European tour which reached major cities in the UK, France, Germany and The Netherlands. His UK shows have been well received rapturously by his fans and critics alike (Sunday Mail ***** “Bright Light Bright Light is going to be a superstar” and Music News ***** “(Rod) Thomas has a fantastic voice, the emotion is palpable.”).

Rod Thomas is possibly the most independent pop star in the world. He is his own label boss, A&R, manager, tour manager and one time booking agent. He publishes himself and organises all his own visuals.  

Third album ‘Choreography’ has achieved accolades from Rolling Stone, The Independent, Gay Times, Huffington Post, Red Bull, Official Charts and Popjustice. ‘Choreography’ also includes collaborations with friend and mentor Elton John, Alan Cumming, Ana Matronic and Jake Shears. The album also met critical and commercial success on its July release, shining bright in both UK(#1 Indie Breaker) and US (#12 Dance / Electronic Album) charts.

www.brightlightx2.com

 

www.selfraisingrecords.com

Craig & Scott



Posted by Craig Jones