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New York hard-rock outfit Spotlights' latest album Alchemy For The Dead
was recorded in Mario and Sarah Quintero’s basement in Pittsburgh, and while it focuses on death, it’s not the traditional “oh shit, I’m going to die soon” epiphany.
Mario admitted that while there are a few songs centered around our mindsets while we wait to die, most everything else reflects on “bringing a loved one back to life, or darker moments like suicide and deep depression.”
The Darling Fire—featuring past members of Dashboard Confessional—and Gillian Carter open Spotlights’ Saturday night gig at Orpheum, its first Tampa Bay gig since 2017.
Tickets to see Spotlights play Tampa Orpheum on Saturday, June 10 are still available for $15.
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