Siberia is the second studio album by Canadian recording artist Lights. It was released worldwide on October 4, 2011, with the exception of Australia, where it was released on October 28. Production was handled by Tawgs Salter and Canadian electronic band Holy Fuck, while featuring guest vocals from Canadian rapper Shad on two of the album's tracks.
Siberia (Acoustic)" (feat. From the busy parks To the icy tides Some day we'll decide Where we want to live out our lives For now we're two sparks Tumbling along Keeping the heat on Even though summer's come and gone. I would sail across the east sea Just to see you on the far side Where the wind is cold and angry There you'll be to take me inside We'll find ways to fill the empty Far from all the hysteria I don't care if we suddenly Find ourselves in Siberia Siberia
Siberia Acoustic (alternately stylized as Siberia (Acoustic)) is the first remix album recorded by Canadian electropop artist Lights, featuring acoustic reworkings of songs off her second studio album, Siberia (2011). It was released April 30, 2013 through Universal Music Group and Last Gang Records. The album was preceded on March 15 by the release of its first and only single, Cactus in the Valley, which was re-recorded as a duet with American electronica project Owl City. Siberia (Acoustic) Q&A.
Album · 2013 · 11 Songs. Where the Fence Is Low (Acoustic). 5. Suspension (Acoustic).
Banner (Acoustic), 03:52. Cactus In the Valley (feat. Toes (Acoustic), 03:22. Coeur de Pirate), 02:59.
2013 acoustic release from Canadian singer/songwriter Valerie Anne Poxleitner AKA Lights. The album fines Liights reinterpreting songs from the hit album Siberia. When Canadian electro-rock sensation Lights first hit the music scene in 2008, she was just a songwriter with a synth and a dream. Her name may have been pluralized but Lights Poxleitner was a one-woman show who played and programmed her own instruments.