There Is No Love in Fluorescent Light

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There Is No Love in Fluorescent Light
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Studio album by Stars
Released October 13, 2017 (2017-10-13)
Recorded Montreal
Connecticut
Genre Indie pop, synth-pop, dream pop
Length 50:41
Label Last Gang
Producer Peter Katis
Stars chronology
No One Is Lost
(2014)
There Is No Love in Fluorescent Light
(2017)

There Is No Love in Fluorescent Light is the eighth studio album by Canadian band Stars. It is the follow-up album to No One Is Lost, in 2014.[1] It was released on October 13, 2017.[2]

Background[edit]

The band released a statement about the album, saying "Does no one fall in love under fluorescent light? Pretty sure that's not true, as many an office romance could attest. But as a statement in support of love's delusions, we will stand by it. In love, the lights are different, softer; the air has more oxygen in it; and for a second, all you need is a good chorus to believe this might be the one."[3][4][5]

Singles[edit]

"Privilege" and "We Called It Love" were released as singles from the album.[6][7]

Track listing[edit]

No.TitleLength
1."Privilege"4:26
2."Fluorescent Light"3:48
3."Losing to You"6:21
4."Hope Avenue"3:15
5."Alone"5:06
6."We Called It Love"3:54
7."Real Thing"3:34
8."The Gift of Love"3:32
9."On the Hills"4:05
10."The Maze"4:59
11."California, I Love That Name"3:41
12."Wanderers"4:00

Charts[edit]

Chart (2017) Peak
position
Canadian Albums (Billboard)[8] 70

References[edit]