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‘Keep Off The Grass’, The Dark Light’s debut album, released April 6th on the Unknown Pleasures label, distributed by Cargo Records, is a deeply melodious, intoxicatingly moreish collection of consummate, timeless, rock ‘n’ roll infused music concoctions.

The Dark Light meld the best elements of The Stooges, Rolling Stones and The Beatles, then mix in a myriad of mesmerising melodies along with singer Gerard Edwards’ distinctive, raucous vocals to create their singular sound. ‘Keep Off The Grass’ contains ten flawlessly composed, dirty guitar driven songs, all boasting big choruses and immediately hummable, harmonious tunes which won’t get out of your brain once they’ve inevitably worked their way inside. Check out the video for ‘Its Alright’ :

The Dark Light were formed in London by Italian guitarist Marco Simoncelli. After a year and a half of trial rehearsals with potential vocalists, he eventually clicked with scouse singer / songwriter Gerard Edwards.. In March 2016 Marco invited German drummer Henning Brand to join the band after their very first rehearsal. Several months later East London born bassist Sonny Moylan and. Italian guitarist Roberto Cicorella joined too. As the Dark Light’s line-up includes a German drummer, two Italian guitarists, a London bassist and a scouse singer, the band are undeniably cosmopolitan.

‘Keep Off The Grass’, which was produced by Shuta Shinoda and Marco Simoncelli in Hackney Road Studios and then mastered by John Webber (Bowie etc) at Air Studios, is all set to beam The Dark Light into rock’s heady stratosphere!

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