Album download leak

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Leighton Antelman of indie rock band, Lydia, has announced the band will be releasing their 5th album, Run Wild. The follow up to their 2013 self released album, Devil, is expected to be released September 18th. The albums first single, Past Life, can be heard on their website or on their Soundcloud page.

Past Life (Audio)

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Late Nights (Audio)

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Track list (Standard):


01. When It Gets Dark Out
02. Riverman
03. Late Nights
04. Paint My Mind
05. The Sound In Your Dreams
06. Past Life
07. Paper Love
08. Coffee Drips
09. Watching The Lights
10. Follow Me Down
11. Georgia

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Stream "When It Gets Dark Out" on Alternative Press


Alternative Press has an exclusive stream of "When It Gets Dark Out", the lead track on Run Wild.



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  • Album download leak: See leak report at the top of the page.
  • Album stream: There is no official stream reported.
  • Album pre-order: No pre-order link added.

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  • August 14, 2015 at 2:14 am

    love this band, cant wait!


  • August 21, 2015 at 6:34 pm

    I’m psyched for the new album, and have multiple copies pre-ordered. As someone who wasn’t a fan of “Devil”, I have high hopes for the new album after hearing the first couple of tracks they’ve released. However, since seeing the track list posted up on iTunes today, I am already feeling a bit let down. Only one track on the new album is over 4:00 long…and by “over 4:00” I mean 4:01…seriously, Leighton? Lydia used to have such great songs that were on the longer side. I miss those. With that being said, the thing that really has me bummed about this album is the fact that THREE of the songs on the new album are under three minutes long. Such a bummer. I was happy when I heard Leighton say that there were going to be 11 tracks on the new record, but now – knowing that 3 of them are under three minutes long – I’m a little disappointed. I just keep reminding myself that “This Is Twice Now” was barely three minutes long, and it is so epic that it doesn’t seem that short. Hopefully that’s the case with the short songs on “Run Wild”.


  • September 18, 2015 at 1:23 pm

    also absolutely love this band… neeeeed this


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