5 acts you cannot afford to miss at Neon Lights 2015

Probably one of the best musical line-ups we’ve ever seen in Southeast Asia

Scrap all your other weekend plans, book a flight to Singapore, and pencil Neon Lights in instead.

Spanning two days, Fort Canning will play host to a flurry of activities like stand-up comedy, spoken word, good grub, and most importantly, a line-up of brilliant musicians. Want in? It’s still not too late to buy your tickets.

Damien Rice

One of the best singer-songwriters of our time has emerged from the shadows to play a set at Neon Lights. If you miss this chance to catch him live in Singapore, who knows when you’ll get the chance to again?


If you missed them when they were at Laneway 2014, you’ve got to catch them now. Lead Elena Tonra’s haunting vocals are probably the best thing to happen to music since Mazzy Star. Trust us, you’ll want to hurt to her songs.


The Scottish post-rock band might not have words in their songs, but that’s because they don’t need any to move you. Rich landscapes of textured symphonies are their speciality. 10/10, you will definitely be listening again.


Lorde isn’t the only famous musical New Zealand export, there’s also this power duo. The pair of siblings first shot to fame in 2013 with their online release Bridges. Trust us, they deserve your complete ear-ttention.