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Win A Pair Of Tickets To See Bright Light Bright Light Perform In NYC!

4d4273896990c33581a6e382c97cce30 Win A Pair Of Tickets To See Bright Light Bright Light Perform In NYC!

UK-bred electro-pop singer-songwriter Rod Thomas, better known as Bright Light Bright Light — has been pretty busy lately: Not only did he just appear on several tracks off of the Scissor Sisters‘ own Del Marquis‘ solo project Slow Knights (which the two stopped by Idolator to talk about recently!), but he’s just released a brand new single of his own: “Moves,” the final release off his fantastic 2012 debut, Make Me Believe In Hope.

And so, to celebrate the “Moves” EP, Rod’s having a showcase in NYC at Le Poisson Rouge on Wednesday, June 19 — and we’ve got two pairs of tickets to catch the show.

Want to win? It’s simple: Just fill out the form below.

Two winners will be selected and notified on Monday, June 17 at 5 PM EST. Please note: You must be 18 years or older to attend. Good luck!

 

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