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Rock News~ ‘Spotlights’ Debut New Song “The Age of Decay” As The Band Announces New Album, Love & Decay

Spotlights (left to right: Sarah Quintero, Chris Enriquez, Mario Quintero); Photo credit: Anthony Tran

Spotlights, the Brooklyn-based band whose music finds “that perfect balance between crushing heaviness and dreamier melodies” (WFPK), release Love & Decay on April 26 via Ipecac Recordings.

 “’The Age of Decay’ encapsulates everything we do on this record,” explains guitar player/singer Mario Quintero. “Musically, it has some of the heaviest moments as well as the most dynamic and melodic. It shows little bits of what we get into throughout the entire album in one track. Lyrically, it reflects on personal points in my and Sarah’s relationship, how things grew from when we met, moving around the country and chasing this thing together. The juxtaposition about love against this backdrop of a world that can be hard to deal with.”

Consequence of Sound’s Heavy Consequence debuted a new track from the eight-song release, streaming “The Age of Decay”

The physical version of Love & Decay also features a ninth song: “Sleepwalker.” Album pre-orders, including a mauve-colored 2LP set, are available now with digital pre-orders including an instant download of “The Age of Decay”:

Love & Decay tracklist:

  1. Continue the Capsize
  2. The Particle Noise
  3. Far From Falling
  4. Until The Bleeding Stops
  5. Xerox
  6. The Age of Decay
  7. Mountains Are Forever
  8. The Beauty of Forgetting

About Bryan Joe Corder (4023 Articles)
Concert Photographer at heart, Love listening to music and going to shows to try to capture the magic on the stage with my imagery.I also review albums and live concerts.

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