Feed Those EDM Emotions: “An Open Heart” by @BrightLightx2



I’m so very pleased to say that he’s done it again, and it’s not of the oops! kind.  Welsh-born London-based Rod Thomas, as Bright Light Bright Light, has many more masterstrokes of words and melody to unleash from his head, so it’s time to tear up a bit while you’re dancing to “An Open Heart”.  But as sad as some of Rod’s songs may be, they often include many happy or joyous moments, which make you feel reassured that everything is all right again at the end.  Co-written with Ian Masterton, “An Open Heart” reminds me most at times of my favourite BLx2 song “Love Part II” with its focus on gorgeous upper scale synth notes that end up embedded in your head after a mere listen.  “An Open Heart” is from BLx2’s forthcoming EP of new songs In Your Care, due in November.  Rod is back in New York City in October, including a full band show at Joe’s Pub on October 25.  Take in FrankMusik’s show the night before you lucky NYCers (I’m thinking of you Jamie Sward!) and your end of the week might never be the same!  Dare I say that this could be one of the best songs of 2013 this early on? 🙂

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  1. […] always pleased to write about new Bright Light Bright Light, and I’ve already written about this song, which will be on “In Your Care”, the upcoming EP by BLx2 (Rod Thomas).  But Rod has […]

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