HEAR THIS: The Lighthouse and The Whaler

April 11. 2012 | By Jennifer Shields

The band name refers to classic literature (Moby Dick) and contains members self-taught on classic instruments. They are not short on quirks or senses of humor. The project’s original collaboration took place in the middle of a field. Who knew that these things are the winning recipe for a band so destined for greatness?

The Lighthouse and The Whaler is dripping in emotional energy while still maintaining the joyous feeling that is indie-pop. Their songs are habit forming in the realization of something delightfully new with every listen. With one EP and one LP already under their belt, their website teases that something new is coming soon. We have no doubt that it will hold up to what they’ve already created and eagerly look forward to what they have in store for us next.

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