Origin: United States
Bright Lights is an American pop singer-songwriter whose powerful voice and beautiful compositions make her one of the most sought after vocalists in all of electronic music. Responsible for several career-defining hits including Porter Robinson’s “Language,” Hardwell’s “Never Say Goodbye,” and 3LAU’s “How You Love Me,” she is also featured on Zedd’s #1 Clarity album. In addition to her singing, Bright is also Grammy-nominated for her songwriting on Justin Bieber’s “Somebody To Love” and Fantasia’s “Even Angels.” With her debut single “Runaway (Feat. 3LAU)” racing up the charts, a full-length album in the works, and support from the many artists she has helped along the way, Bright Lights is quickly becoming an international fan favorite.