Headlights
The Enemies EP
Nov 8, 2005

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Hailing from the twin cities of Champaign-Urbana, Headlights exhibit an uncanny ability to merge electronics with the barest of pop elements and, in doing so, carve a unique niche for themselves that falls nicely between My Bloody Valentine and The Postal Service.

Originally released as a limited edition CDEP through Polyvinyl mail-order, The Enemies EP quickly sold through its original run and was then re-packaged and distributed nationwide.

Songs

  • 1
    Tokyo (3:38)
  • 2
    Centuries (2:36)
  • 3
    Everybody Needs a Fence to Lean On (4:14)
  • 4
    It Isn't Easy to Live That Well (4:01)

Reviews

Since I always have to complain about something on reviews, here is my one complaint: I want more. Four songs from such a talented band just isn't enough.

Indie Workshop

The group has an uncanny ability in shrouding dark emotions with nicely crafted pop hooks... one of the most refreshing and assured indie rock debuts of 2004.

PopMatters

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