Hailing from Copenhagen, Denmark Black Light White Light are 60s inspired bohemian psychedelic indie rock with a sultry Scandinavian twist, packed with pop melodies and dreamy soundscapes drowned in a dirty wash of reverb and tremolo.
Black Light White Light’s sound proved effective after their first outing and played a part in the resurgence of psychedelic rock.
Drawing their inspiration from 60s bohemian psychedelic indie rock, the group managed to cling on to their roots.
Even deeper still, we find another layer of dreamy pop melodies and soundscapes, promoting a more thought provoking experience; reminiscent of classic psychedelic rock acts like The Byrds, Jefferson Airplane and The Seeds.
With that in mind we can't overlook the fact that parallels can also be drawn from the more British / Manchester leaning sounds, with noticeable comparisons to The Verve, Ride and the Stone Roses and singer Ian Brown most notably in lead singer, Martin’s emotive vocals.