The most recent episode for this show was broadcast on the 10th June 2011

We See Lights

Pop Goes The Revolution // 1700-1900 13.05.11

we see lights

Well with PGTR Live III only a couple of weeks ago, we play a couple more tunes from the bands playing our series finale gig, as well as visiting a couple of acts from previous PGTR Lives.

We See Lights release their EP on Saturday, so we caught up with them to record a few special acoustic tracks and so they could explain exactly what happens at a Twee Jamboree.

Add to that some brand new tunes by Skinny Villains, Reverieme, Max Raptor, Where We Lay Our Heads and a lot of other bands with names, then we can consider it job done.

Posted at 14:39, 13th May 2011

playlist

Telephone
For Abel Flowers In The Dustbin
Judge & Jury
Wilful Missing Unsigned
Searching
Daysleeper Unsigned
Song Battle - Dave Says F
Olympic Airwaves
Foals Transgressive
Va Va Va
Findo Gask Unsigned
Pumped Up Kicks
Foster The People Columbia
Lights Out
Futuro Unsigned
Cheating On You
Franz Ferdinand Domino
You Make My Heart Go Boom
Futuristic Retro Champions Unsigned
The Song Battle Ends. Peace Between Letters Is Restored.
Ayr
Skinny Villains Unsigned
Like, Epic
Pensioner Olive Grove
We See Lights Interview Part 1
I Hope You Like The Smiths (Acoustic)
We See Lights Unsigned
'A Fond Little Trip Down Memory Lane'
Is This Love
Bob Marley Island
Jealousy
What The Cat Dragged In Unsigned
Perfect In Theory
Reverieme Unsigned
Wondering About The Fall
Where We Lay Our Heads Unsigned
We listen to an album for the first time.
Election Day
White Heath Electric Honey
On Ya Knees
Skeletons And The Empty Pockets Unsigned
Cameras And Lights
Shooting Stansfield Unsigned
We See Lights Interview Part Deux
Poppets (Acoustic)
We See Lights Unsigned
The Great And The Good
Max Raptor Unsigned
Don't You Touch My Fucking Honeytone
King Post Kitch Song By Toad
A Saving Grace
Live Those Days Tonight
Friendly Fires XL
Into Words
Loch Awe Unsigned
Night's Over
Dead Ends Unsigned
Wave or Particle
Spirit Of Play Unsigned
'When The Watchmen Leave Their Stations'
White Heath Electric Honey

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