From tending to their organic crops, to touring the southeast states by bicycle, alternative-rock duo Illiterate Light are gearing up for their self-titled major label debut release this fall. The album features melodic highlights like "Sometimes Love Takes So Long" - produced by 6x Grammy Award-winning producer Vance Powell (Jack White, Kings of Leon, Chris Stapleton, Sturgill Simpson) and "Better Than I Used To" - produced by Adrian Olsen (Foxygen, Futurebirds, Natalie Prass), and also guitar heavy tracks like "Existential Crisis" and "Carolina Lorelei" - which NPR named on their Best Songs of 2019 (So Far) List.

From tending to their organic crops, to touring the southeast states by bicycle, alternative-rock duo Illiterate Light are gearing up for their self-titled major label debut release this fall. The album features melodic highlights like "Sometimes Love Takes So Long" - produced by 6x Grammy Award-winning producer Vance Powell (Jack White, Kings of Leon, Chris Stapleton, Sturgill Simpson) and "Better Than I Used To" - produced by Adrian Olsen (Foxygen, Futurebirds, Natalie Prass), and also guitar heavy tracks like "Existential Crisis" and "Carolina Lorelei" - which NPR named on their Best Songs of 2019 (So Far) List.

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Illiterate Light [LP]

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Format: Vinyl
Label: ATLANTIC
Genre: Rock/Pop
Rel. Date: 10/11/2019
UPC: 075678651854

Illiterate Light [LP]
Artist: Illiterate Light
Format: Vinyl
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From tending to their organic crops, to touring the southeast states by bicycle, alternative-rock duo Illiterate Light are gearing up for their self-titled major label debut release this fall. The album features melodic highlights like "Sometimes Love Takes So Long" - produced by 6x Grammy Award-winning producer Vance Powell (Jack White, Kings of Leon, Chris Stapleton, Sturgill Simpson) and "Better Than I Used To" - produced by Adrian Olsen (Foxygen, Futurebirds, Natalie Prass), and also guitar heavy tracks like "Existential Crisis" and "Carolina Lorelei" - which NPR named on their Best Songs of 2019 (So Far) List.