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  • Record/Vinyl + Digital Album

    ***PRE-ORDER shipping will take place 13 Jan, 2015***

    WHAT IS A FLEXI-DISC? Developed in communist Russia through the pressing and distribution of (illegal) pop music on old X-Rays (called "Bones"), flexis have since come to embody a variety of products thinner than a normal vinyl record. Flexi-discs are a phonograph record made of a thin, flexible vinyl sheet with a moulded-in spiral stylus groove, designed to be playable on a normal record player.

    The EMBASSYLIGHTS release is made up of 4 double sided flexi-discs that are housed between illustrations by Asad Pervaiz (with a cover collage by band member Laura Leif and friends Heather Kai Smith, Kali Urquhart, and Dallin Ursenbach) bound as a book. They are a strictly limited run and will be accompanied by a downloadable copy of the album.

    Includes unlimited streaming of EMBASSYLIGHTS via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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    edition of 125 

      $40 CAD or more 



From the debut album EMBASSYLIGHTS, released in limited edition coil-bound flexidisc book October 2014 by Boompa Records.
All songs + lyrics by EMBASSYLIGHTS
© Boompa Productions + EMBASSYLIGHTS

Svavar Pétur Eysteinsson
Mark Andrew Hamilton
Benedikt H. Hermannsson
Laura Leif
Samantha Savage Smith
Clinton St. John

Banff Centre Recordings Produced by: Graham Lessard
Banff Centre Recording Assistant: Shun Saito
Mixing + Mastering by: Flex Arnason
Front Cover Collage by: Laura Leif, Heather Kai Smith, Kali Urquhart, and Dallin Ursenbach
Original Photography by: Laura Leif and Benedikt Hermannsson
Package Design by: Asad Pervaiz
Project Coordinator: Mark Andrew Hamilton

EMBASSYLIGHTS was written and rehearsed in Reykjavik, Iceland 25-30 January 2013 and recorded in Banff, Canada on 3 February 2013.

Thank you to Kerry Clarke at Festival Hall, Michael Green and the High Performance Rodeo, Matthías Ingimarsson and Bjarni Gaukur Sigurðsson at Kongó, Benjamin Stacey at Okidoki, Robert Calder at Boompa, Grímur Atlason, and Stewart Wheeler at the Canadian Embassy in Reykjavik.


from EMBASSYLIGHTS, released January 6, 2015



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EMBASSYLIGHTS Reykjavik, Iceland

Featuring the collaborative prowess of four of Calgary's finest indie musicians working in tandem with two of Reykjavik's most intriguing up-and-comers, EMBASSYLIGHTS captures a talent exchange unlike any experienced by either city before.

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