We are very excited to announce the release of the brand new record by Charlottesville, VA pop heroes, Borrowed Beams Of Light. Nearly a year in the making, On The Wings Of A Bug is perhaps the most cohesive musical statement that Adam Brock and co. have produced yet.
The record is set for a November release but you can pre-order the LP HERE and stream the album’s title track below. All pre-orders will receive an automatic download of the title track. Numbers are limited to 300 so be sure to place your order soon!
Here is Thomas Dean’s beautiful album cover art along with the tracklist for the record:
BORROWED BEAMS OF LIGHT – ON THE WINGS OF A BUG HIBERNATOR GIGS RECORDS – HG003
1) Songbird Bouquet
2) Four Good Eyes
3) On The Wings Of A Bug
4) Kruger Park
6) Dog Won’t Bite
7) A Very Different Place
8) Drawing Blanks
10) Getting There
11) Carry It All
12) The News
13) Belly Of A Ghost
We will be announcing some new Borrowed Beams Of Light shows in the weeks to come. Keep watching this space for details!
The test pressings for the Songs In The Key Of Bob 7″ have arrived and they sound great! Thanks to Warren and the dudes at Musicol! We can’t wait to see and hear the real thing!
This Friday, April 26th, two of the bands who appear on the comp will be playing together at Random Row in Charlottesville, VA. It’s the Left & Right “93” EP release part and Borrowed Beams of Light and Girl Choir will be opening the show! Check out the sweet flier made by Thomas Dean and Marie Landragin:
Borrowed Beams of Light have been busy this month! Here’s a video of the band playing an acoustic version of “Rewind” from the debut EP last Saturday at the Old City Cemetery in Lynchburg as part of an event organized by Speakertree Records:
This weekend the Beams will be heading into the studio to begin work on their forthcoming full length which will be out on Hibernator Gigs Records sometime later this year! Watch this space for more details! See you all soon!
If you’re a Virginia Borrowed Beams Of Light fan then you’re in luck, as you’ll have several opportunities to catch the band at various places throughout the state in April. Here is a list of the places you can see the Beams do their thing in the weeks to come: