Produced by The Swellers and recorded by Marc Hudson (Saves the Day, Taking Back Sunday) at Rancho Recordo in Fenton, MI and with Mark Michalik (Into It. Over It, Fireworks) in Chicago, IL, The Light Under Closed Doors is a raw collection of ten punk rock sing-alongs that are filled with driving rhythm and infectious choruses. The bands follow-up to 2012s EP, Running Out Of Places To Go, strips the band down to their core with a sound thats pure and honest. 'The feeling of writing and recording our EP was incredible, so we wanted to do something similar for this record' adds vocalist/guitarist Nick Diener. 'Marc Hudson did an amazing job capturing what I feel is the first record that sounds like us in a live setting. Very real. This is a great record to introduce ourselves to any new music fan who might have missed us, and a great reintroduction to anyone aware of The Swellers. I think our fans have grown with us, which is a really cool thing'. After frustrating years of label changes, which led to the release of their DIY EP Running Out Of Places To Go, The Swellers return reinvigorated on their No Sleep Records debut, which is packed with highly memorable tracks like 'Should', 'Becoming Self-Aware', 'High/Low' and 'Big Hearts', that speak directly to fans with an open heart about growing up, learning from your mistakes and moving forward.