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by The Night Light Chasers

Alternative Folk Rock
Genre: Rock: Folk Rock
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1. On the Road
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2. Diamond in the Rough
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3. Backyards and Bicycles
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4. Pluto
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5. Bright Lights
3:28 $0.99
6. Wrote You a Letter
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7. The Story That Never Got Told
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8. Steel Columns
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9. Picture This
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10. Lost You in the Sun
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Album Notes
The Night Light Chasers are a 3-piece alternative folk rock band from Hastings, MN. Brothers Chris Hornisch (bass guitar) and Tom Hornisch (guitar) compose singer-songwriter styled, harmony-heavy originals that soar against a steady backbeat provided by James Ockwig (drums). Key influences on the band’s music include The Beatles, Bob Dylan, Tom Petty, R.E.M. and Death Cab for Cutie. A song or two or three penned by these artists often turn up as covers in the band’s set.

Noteworthy accolades and praise for the Hornisch brothers' previous recording efforts:

Chris Hornisch's original composition and recording "Baker Street" has been broadcast worldwide on "Coast to Coast AM".

The Hornisch original "Tell Me Where You Want Me and I'll Be There For Sure" (released under "The Fountainheads") was
featured on the St. Paul Pioneer Press weekly Arts & Entertainment podcast.

"The new disc “What Means So Much” is just pop gold... great riffs, nice harmonies and really strong melodies."
- Nelson Heise, Rift Magazine

"Crafted studio pop... modest, friendly, with low-budget spunk. The songwriting scores little hook points as the attention to craft is strong." - Jake Rabid, The Big Takeover

"Followers of Marshall Crenshaw and early R.E.M. will find much to like here." - Ross Raihala, St. Paul Pioneer Press

"The Hornisch brothers can definitely crank out some catchy, melodic pop songs in the vein of the Beatles."
- Nelson Heise, Rift Magazine



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