Intimate acoustic version brings new shades to the post-punk song.
Dead Rituals managed to stay quite busy during these crazy times, releasing 2 EPs and a handful of singles. What’s been missing though, is some live music. The band shared an intimate acoustic take on their single “When The Lights Are Out.” Recorded in a big stairwell in an old Brooklyn loft where singer-songwriter Andrea Caccese used to live in Brooklyn, NYC.
The track features a lush natural reverb and a soothing atmosphere, contrasting the studio version where a layered production with drums, guitars, and other instruments gave the track a post-punk vibe.