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Topping our best dressed list two weeks in a row.
"I would tell myself: It hurts that they keep making fun of my looks and my voice, but it's OK, because I love me."
Talk about sexy! Lights hit the Junos 2015 red carpet in Hamilton, Ont. on Sunday wearing quite the racy dress. The 27-year-old "Up We Go" singer, who won for "Pop Album Of The Year" for "Little Mach...
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In the video for "Up We Go," Canadian pop star Lights is on what could be the greatest elevator ride ever. She just doesn't know it. As she sings her latest single, Lights somehow remains sadly unawar...
Before Lights made it big and was concert-touring around the world, she was already on the move. As the daughter of missionary parents, the Juno-winning Canadian spent her time in countries like the P...
Canadian electro-pop star Lights is back at long last. Three years after the release of her acclaimed album "Siberia," the small-statured singer returned with her anthemic "Up We Go" single and its ab...
Lights has two more performance dates this year but she's now planning for something far bigger than concert dates: a little bundle of joy with husband Beau Bokan, lead singer for Blessthefall. Earlie...
Lights became a seasoned world traveller long before concert touring had her crisscrossing North America with hits like "Toes" and "My Boots." She told us what advice she would give her high-school self, and why she believes that education can break the cycle of poverty.
Recently, Toronto was slammed with heavy storms and flash floods. Suddenly I had a flashback to my youth.
It was 1996 and our family was living in Manila, The Philippines. My dad, who was out doing mission work in squatter areas every day, still hadn't come home. Hours passed. We didn't have cell phones or even beepers -- no way to communicate. We waited.
Electro-pop star Lights had been progressively amping up the electro part, culminating in "Siberia," her gold-selling, album-length collaboration with live electronic act Holy Fuck. But her new releas...
Music is an undeniably powerful thing. It's something I've been striving to learn how to use since childhood days when my dad's acoustic ramblings would put me to sleep in comfort. My new album Siberia Acoustic started out as just acoustic version of Siberia but turned into an entirely separate album. I hope this is what I'll get to play at the end of the world.
I worked hard, I believed I could be anything I wanted until I was 14. I remember feeling sick when I walked into the halls of my new school. I was made fun of for trying hard, I was made fun of for being too happy. I made some friends here and there, stood around with the misfits, the awkward misunderstoods. But looking back I knew we all were.
My collection began with Hadhafang -- a sword that belonged to the Elven princess Arwen in the Lord of the Rings films. My music started to take me to new places, and with each destination I tried to find something to bring home to the armoury: twin dragon daggers from the Edinburgh castle in Scotland, a swordfish tusk blade complete with clay sheath from Costa Rica, a pair of boot daggers from Germany. It was about marking the place and time taking a piece of cold, hard proof home. I was growing my edge.
Epic Meal Time, the Canadian YouTube cooking show famous for over-the-top, artery busting recipes, hits it out of the park with its latest episode on Fast Foot Meatloaf featuring pop singer Lights. Th...