Sacramento, CA. based pop-punk band Light The Way, release 2 new singles to all digital networks and a music video for “Lost The Handle”. Check out the new songs “Snapping Necks & Cashing Checks” and “Lost The Handle” wherever fine digital music is sold/streamed. Pre-order here. “False Memory Syndrome” out March 2018 on Indie Vision Music. RIYL: Set Your Goals, Four Year Strong, New Found Glory, Millencolin, The Swellers, Blink-182, and The Story So Far.

Indie Vision Music drops 2 new singles by Sacramento Pop-Punk Band, Light The Way.


New singles “Lost The Handle”, and “Snapping Necks & Cashing Checks” now available through all digital networks: iTunes/Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Spotify, Tidal, and more

New Music Video for “Lost The Handle” Up Now:

 

Stream New Songs Here:

Light The Way to Release “False Memory Syndrome” Through Indie Vision Music March 2018

Album to Be Available on CD/ Digital through IVM.

Pre-Order the album in two different options Here

 

Press Release:

Indie Vision Music is proud to announce the upcoming release of “False Memory Syndrome” from rising California Pop-Punk act, Light The Way. Mixing equal parts catchy-melodies with aggressive, fast paced punk rock, the band comes into a sound all their own on this new full length release. Following up 2 great Eps in 2017 “Grace”, and “Dude, Lame” (order both on one CD here http://indievisionmusic.storenvy.com ), the band seeks to conquer new territory and share their infectious sound with a whole new audience in 2018.

 

If you enjoy the sounds of Set Your Goals, Four Year Strong, New Found Glory, Millencolin, The Swellers, Blink-182, and The Story So Far,  then you’ll definitely find something to appreciate in Light The Way.

 

Check out all the recent Tape, CD, and Digital releases from Indie Vision Music. Available in digital, from bandcamp here  or on physical here

 

IVM Spotify Playlist:

 

Coming Soon From Indie Vision Music (IVM):

Mainframe “Burn The Boats” (Punk Rock)

Light The Way “False Memory Syndrome” (Pop Punk)

Must Build Jacuzzi “Last Place” (Pop-Punk/Ska)

2Minute Minor “Blood On Our Front Stoop” (Old School Hardcore Punk)

Fire The Sun “Ep” (Melodic Hardcore)

Delta Fleet “Ep” (Alternative)

Available Now from Indie Vision Music:

Mainframe “Undivided Devotion” (Single)

Light The Way “Lost The Handle” and “Snapping Necks & Cashing Checks” (Singles)

Must Build Jacuzzi “Swing Set Summer” (Single)

Pennylane “From Paradise to Parking Lots” (2017 Remaster)

Available At The Counter “A World of Second Chances”

At The Wayside “The Breakdown and The Fall”

Light The Way “Dude, Lame Ep” and “Grace Ep”

Mainframe “Self Titled Ep”

Mainsail “Photographs Ep” (on Tape)

Dismissed “Taking The Good With The Bad (2017 Remaster)

Josiah “Verona” (2017 Remaster)

 

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