1. Pretty Lights - Give Your Love Away - Red Rocks 2013 Video Recap

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    Get a glimpse of the 2013 Analog Future Tour with this recap video from the live band debut at Red Rocks Amphitheater in August, featuring a new Pretty Lights track, "Give Your Love Away." Smith used recordings from the rehearsals leading up to Red Rocks to sample and produce the track. "My dream has come true. I will be hitting the road for my 2013 fall tour with a FULL, AWESOME LIVE BAND! We will be fusing new, hot production with the live band's gritty old school hip-hop soul break styles in a way that production and a live band have never been heard together before. The musicians that have come together for this manifestation of Pretty Lights are brilliant and so insanely talented. My world has grown from computers and live production to a full analog sound sculpting, band dubbing, bass playing, looping, synth and sample playing modular command center. It is so much fun. The Pretty Lights show has evolved, drastically. Red Rocks in August was the first live band show and we've been rehearsing ever since. Without a doubt, I am more excited than I have ever been to take the PL show on the road." - Derek Vincent Smith Joining Smith on the fall tour will be drummer extraordinaire, Adam Deitch (Break Science), keyboardist Brian Coogan (New Orleans All-Star), keyboardist Borahm Lee (Break Science), Scott Flynn (John Brown's Body) on trombone and Eric Bloom (Lettuce) on trumpet. Deitch and Coogan both played extensively on Pretty Lights' latest album, A Color Map of the Sun, released in July. VIEW TOUR DATES AND PURCHASE TICKETS NOW AT: http://prettylightsmusic.com A COLOR MAP OF THE SUN OUT NOW, download free at: http://prettylightsmusic.com The video was shot and edited by RadioEditAV.

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