LIVE: Lights with Saint Motel at the Irenic

Toronto-born pop singer performs "Little Machines" to a sold-out audience.

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Toronto-born pop singer performed "Little Machines" for a sold-out audience with openers Saint Motel at the Irenic.
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Lights fan ‏@harrythotter tweeted, "Really loved how intimate and small the Irenic show was. No matter how far from the stage anyone was, it still felt cozy."
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"Swellest of vibes in San Diego tonight," tweeted Lights from her verified account.
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Motherhood has been a positive game-changer for the synth-pop vocalist. “Having a kid made everything else seem less scary," Lights has said.
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Crazy, but true: The 27-year-old singer told People she went into labor while recording vocals in the studio.
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In February 2014, Lights and rocker husband Beau Bokan of the band Blessthefall welcomed their first child together, daughter Rocket Wild.
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"I can't really do the type of touring where you go out and party and get your face wasted off every night," Lights explained to People about being a rocker mom. "It's just more fun for some reason. It's a different kind of touring, but it's one kind that I love very much."
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Lights' third-studio album, "Little Machines," was described by Axismag.com as a, "tuneful slab of brightly hued 21st-century techno-pop brimming with songs so immediate and timelessly pure of heart that they feel like old friends."
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Can you believe Lights' daughter has 87,000-plus Instagram followers? Whoa, @rocketbokan!
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Lights is a daughter of two missionaries, so being on the road is second nature to her.
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In 2009, she was awarded the Juno Award for New Artist of the Year.
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L.A.-based dream pop band Saint Motel opened up for Lights at the Irenic.
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Saint Motel has been growing its media presence. Last month, they performed on Jimmy Kimmel Live, and recently hit the 2015 Coachella stage.
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Saint Motel formed in 2009, and is made up by lead singer, keyboardist and guitarist A/J Jackson, drummer Greg Erwin, lead guitarist Aaron Sharp, and its bassist Dak Lerdamornpong.
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Saint Motel added a horn section for its April 15 show at the Irenic.
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"The only disappointing factor was that Saint Motel was the opening band and didn’t have the long set that many in the crowd were yearning for," reported the Daily Aztec.
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