‘You’re the Light’ is one of the songs that I can imaging dancing with mates at a Jane’s Party gig. It has a certain type of energy that builds and tempts me to dance around in circles. Vocally it is smooth and lyrically meaningful. Listen below if you like all these things!
More about Jane’s Party
From the get go, this video was meant to showcase one of the major draws of Jane’s Party, their live performances and their stage presence. They are an absolute treasure to witness on stage, and this spellbinding light extravaganza of a video highlights this in a unique and captivating way.
Formed in 2008, Toronto-based pop-rock quartet Jane’s Party – comprised of Devon Richardson, Tom Ionescu, Jeff Giles, and Zach Sutton has brought their irreverent, genre-bending sound to live audiences around the world; in buzzing clubs and famed concert halls in downtown Toronto, in stadiums across Canada, and in historic venues throughout Europe, opening for and playing alongside artists like Lowest of The Low, The Sadies, Sam Roberts Band, The Arkells, Tom Odell, Blue Rodeo, Stars, LIGHTS, and Lord Huron.
Jane’s Party has carried that momentum into their latest project, which represents a thematic and conceptual departure, if not necessarily an aesthetic one. Featuring collaborations with Skratch Bastid, Fast Romantics, and The Darcys, the new album sees the band exploring more mature and sometimes darker subject matter. Whether they’re touching on relationships, politics, the pervasiveness of technology, or the intractability of human nature, the songs often hide dystopian undertones beneath deceptively breezy riffs and vocal harmonies.
The newest release ‘You’re The Light’ is collaboration with good friend and colleague Matthew Angus (Fast Romantics)