Brighten is a pop rock band from Chico, California, consisting of brothers Justin (guitar, lead vocals) and Jimmy (drums) Richards, and Alex Draper (bass, backing vocals). The band has recently been on tour with This Providence, Cute Is What We Aim For, Eisley, and All Time Low. In 2007, their debut album, King vs. Queen, was released on Carbon Copy Media, without the band's full knowledge.
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... "Stereo" and "Shady Lane" from their previous album Brighten the Corners and a home movie segment containing some footage also seen in the Slow Century DVD ... of a discordant jam that was played extensively on the Brighten The Corners tour ... had recorded a faster, louder version during the Brighten sessions—in fact, at one point "The Hexx" was to have been the opening track on that album ...
... before the album's intended release, Victory Records sued Carbon Copy Media (Brighten's then-current label) ... As a result of this, Brighten decided to go independent from Victory ... Once Brighten was made aware of this, the CD was withdrawn from stores ...
... Brighten the Corners is the fourth studio album released by Pavement ... The title is likely a reference to Ella Fitzgerald's Brighten the Corner, or its title track "Brighten the Corner Where You Are" which was a theme song for Billy ...
... Brighten the Corner is a 1967 studio album by the American jazz singer Ella Fitzgerald, debut album on Capitol Records ... It marked a sharp change of direction for Fitzgerald, as Brighten the Corner saw Ella sing Christian hymns, reflecting her own spirituality, and eschewing ...
More definitions of "brighten":
- (verb): Become brighter.
Example: "The sky brightened around noon"; "Her face brightened when she heard the good news"
- (verb): Become brighter.
Famous quotes containing the word brighten:
“The sacred obligation to the Union soldiers must notwill not be forgotten nor neglected.... But those who fought against the Nation cannot and do not look to it for relief.... Confederate soldiers and their descendants are to share with us and our descendants the destiny of America. Whatever, therefore, we their fellow citizens can do to remove burdens from their shoulders and to brighten their lives is surely in the pathway of humanity and patriotism.”
—Rutherford Birchard Hayes (18221893)
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—Marcus Aurelius Antoninus (121180)
“What do you think spies are: priests, saints and martyrs? Theyre a squalid procession of vain fools, traitors too, yes; pansies, sadists and drunkards, people who play cowboys and Indians to brighten their rotten lives.”
—John le Carré (b. 1931)