With their '70s power pop and folk-rock-influenced sound, Scotland's Attic Lights came to wider recognition in the mid-2000s making hooky, guitar-based anthems. Following the release of their debut eponymous album on Island Records, they moved to Spain's Elefant Records for 2008's Friday Night Lights. Formed in Glasgow in 2005, Attic Lights initially featured singer/guitarist Kev Sherry and singer/bassist Colin McArdle. They met while students at the University of Glasgow and started writing songs together in McArdle's attic -- hence the band name -- and were eventually joined by guitarist/keyboardist Jamie Houston, guitarist Tim Davidson, and drummer Noel O'Donnell. By the end of 2006, they had issued two well-received EPs, The Attic Lights and Shiver the Trees. The albums, combined with a steady slate of live shows, helped build ...
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