Light Years Release Brand New Album, "Afterlife"
Cleveland, OH based Pop-Punk unit, Light Years have released their record, Afterlife today via Rude Records (fans can purchase the album, available here). The 11-track masterpiece was recorded and produced by Will Yip (who also produced the band's 2015 classic, I'll See You When I See You).
Light Years have weaved their way through the scene for nearly the last decade. Formed by vocalist Pat Kennedy, he enlisted in Tommy Englert, Andrew Foerst and Kent Sliney to round out the group in 2009. The band has toured with heavy-hitters like Neck Deep, State Champs, Modern Baseball, Citizen and Turnover, with appearances on The Vans Warped Tour and So What?! Music Festival.
Of the new album, Kennedy said, “We couldn't be more proud and excited to release this record. We have seen so many ups and downs over the years that when we take a step back and realize that we get to release a third full length record is incredible. We are truly grateful to anyone who has been following this band for so long and hope they will enjoy this record as well.”
Stream Afterlife now below.