“I learned a lot about music from listening to this beautiful, old bronze tube radio that my dad had,” explains Chris Henderson. “Everyone in the band shares a similar lineage of being influenced by the music we grew up with. We all figuratively had our own Bronze radio. That’s what this band is.”
Bronze Radio Return traveled down to Sonic Ranch Studios in El Paso, TX to record their fourth album Light Me Up. For three weeks the six piece lived a stone throw away from the Mexican boarder. With Producer Chad Copelin (Sufjan Stevens), Bronze Radio Return created an Indie Pop explosion that begs to be blared at full volume. Download the Title Track to Light Me Up and learn more about Bronze Radio Return at their Official Website, “Like” them on Facebook, and follow them on Twitter.
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