Known for their epic soundscapes, cinematic production and melancholic songwriting, NEVERENDING WHITE LIGHTS have made their original brand of emotional rock known with the debut album Act 1: Goodbye Friends of the Heavenly Bodies in 2005. The follow-up release, 2007’s Act 2: The Blood and the Life Eternal improved on the cerebral and opulent genre of music Victor was building.
Guest appearances by lead members of notable groups such as; City & Colour, 311, Our Lady Peace, Finger Eleven, Mobile, Aqualung, Hawksley Workman, Auf der Maur, The Watchmen, Ours, The Catherine Wheel, Switchfoot, Mogwai, Pilot Speed, The Velvet Teen, Hot Hot Heat, LIGHTS, and many others have proved the weight of Victor’s work. Career highlights such as The Grace Ft. Dallas Green have cemented NWL as a household name and brand in the dramatic-rock genre.
After two successful albums featuring more than two-dozen guest artists from around the world, five singles, two # 1 videos, industry awards, and the respect of fans and critics alike, Daniel Victor returns to solidify his place as a mastermind Canadian producer and writer with his highly-anticipated new double album; Act 3: Love Will Ruin. Released in two separate parts, these ambitious conjoining records will feature a fresh cast of artists and explore new boundaries in sound and style.
The Juno-nominated recording artist recoiled into the shadows four years ago to begin writing and recording material for this new release. After several trials and tribulations left the process stunted, Victor entered a personal and professional downward spiral. Surfacing in 2011 with only “the most timeless songs” painstakingly selected for his album release and upcoming tour, Neverending White Lights are now ready to jump back into the spotlight. Expect bigger songs, broader ranges and a very notable expansion on their past catalogue. For Victor, it’s worth taking the time to get it right. As he puts it: “If it takes me four years, it’s for a reason. There’s no point to making records that won’t last. It’s about the music and in the end, nothing else matters.”