Aug 14, 2020
Randy Schulte, Michelle Ashley, Ryan Daly and Anthony Improgo of Parade of Lights. Photo via the Parade of Lights’ Facebook page.

Parade of Lights is electric

Parade of Lights is an electronic rock band from Los Angeles that makes feel-good music one can dance and sing to.

Formed in 2010, Parade of Lights consists of lead vocalist and guitarist Ryan Daly, bassist Randy Schulte, keyboardist Michelle Ashley and drummer Anthony Improgo.

The band has opened for bands like Imagine Dragons and 30 Seconds to Mars as well as having a spot opening for pop band R5 in early 2016. Parade of Lights has garnered a decent-sized following, something that is reflected in the 148,000 monthly Spotify listeners.

The band released two EPs (extended plays), “Born to Live, Born to Love” in 2012 and “Golden” in 2014, before releasing its debut album, “Feeling Electric,” in 2015.

“Feeling Electric” has two standout tracks.

“Golden,” has over 6 million streams on Spotify and is the band’s most popular song for one reason – it undeniably makes listeners feel good. It’s a standard catchy pop song that’s easy to enjoy and tap your foot to.

“Feeling Electric,” has over 4 million streams on Spotify. The song is upbeat and describes the feeling when you meet someone who you instantly click with and how it feels “electric.”

The band said it will release new music this summer. Frequent tweets and Instagram posts from the band over the past few months show members in the studio working on said music.

Parade of Lights will play its first show in nearly a year on May 26 in Costa Mesa where it will debut some of that new music. Two days later, the band will perform at BottleRock Napa Valley.
You can find Parade of Lights on Twitter at @paradeoflights and on Instagram at @paradeoflightsmusic.

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