After garnering over 10-million streams on the original track, Juno Award nominated, indie-pop band Valley, release the There’s Still A Light In The House 2-pack today with Universal Music Canada. 

The 2-pack features the original version of “There’s A Light In The House” which was previously released as part of the band’s debut record MAYBE (2019) plus the “There’s Still A Light In The House” (Chill Mix) which Valley arranged while quarantining separately, each band member recording their individual parts at their own homes and mixing them together to produce the ambient rendition.

Valley pieced together footage from their life on tour across North America last year to create an official music video for the original version of “There’s Still A Light In The House” which premieres on YouTube as part of a YouTube watch party with the band. Leading into the release, Valley also shared "Song Stories" which is a deep dive into the writing and recording process for “There’s Still A Light In The House”.

Independently, the indie-rock ensemble of friends has increasingly built an organic buzz. With only a pair of self-written, self-produced, debut releases under their belt, including their EP, This Room Is White, and full-length MAYBE, the band has collected nearly 38 million streams on Spotify alone.

Shouldering nearly 23 million listens on the strength of five sparkling indie-bops, “Closer to the Picture,” “Push For Yellow (Shelter),” “A Phone Call in Amsterdam,” “Park Bench,” and “There’s Still a Light In The House,” MAYBE’s synth-drenched hooks, built to spirals around headphones, have propelled the band to a 2020 JUNO Award Nomination support slots with Lennon Stella and The Band Camino on sold out North American tours in 2019 and a confirmed support billing with will with LovelyTheBand once the tour world reopens.

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