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There are at least 6 artists sharing the name Lights Out. 1. An indie-rock band from Cluj-Napoca, Romania 2. A Hardcore band from San Francisco, CA. 3. A defunct Alternative rock band from Sydney, NSW. 4. An extremely popular American old-time radio program. 5. A Melodic Hardcore Punk Band from Malang, East Java, Indonesia 6. A pop-punk band from the Netherlands 1. Originally formed in February 2010 as Lights Out!, it is a four-piece rock band from Cluj-Napoca, Romania. Their music mixes steady flowing rock grooves with deep, blissed-out psychedelia. Amongst all the indie rockish turns and twists, their dreamy guitars create sweeping soundscapes, which are topped off with the spellbinding vocals provided by Teo Retegan, the lead singer. Since July 2011, the band consists of high school students and friends Teo Retegan (vocals and keyboards), Andrei Bobiş (guitar/bass), Andrei Sîncrăian (guitar/bass) and Oana Pop (drums). The beginning of 2012 saw Lights Out! releasing “EOD”, the lead single from their first discographic effort, called “Patience”. Halfway through March the Romanian music blog Babylon Noise chose the young band to represent Romania in the Music Alliance Pact with “Origin”, a song from the same disc. On the 7th of April, the band released “Patience”. Their debut EP was marked by a launch gig at The Paintbrush Factory in Cluj-Napoca and can be found for digital download on a here. Lights Out’s first video was released online on the 2nd of July to the 5th track of „Patience”, „Mirror”, and has been shot and edited by young visual artist Sebastian Florea, a student at the Arts and Design University in Cluj-Napoca (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hEP7WKg6N6k). In 2013 another release called "Wayfaring Sessions" saw the light. The band also dropped the "!" from the title and renamed themselves as Lights Out. The following year, in 2014, were released 2 more singles "Nepal" and "Chamois" from the following album artist. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.