Justin Morrell is a musician and tour manager from Long Island, New York.

Perfect EndingsEdit

Justin Morrell was formerly the bassist and singer of Pop Punk band, Perfect Endings, but later brought in Adam Tepfer to play bass so he could concentrate on singing. They recorded an EP, If These Walls Could Talk, at Portrait Studios and nearly signed to Drive Thru Records, but ultimately didn't. Afterwards, they signed to World Artist Records, but broke up when Justin left the band for Permanent Me.

Permanent MeEdit

Justin Morrell left Perfect Endings to play bass in Pop Rock/Pop Punk heroes, Permanent Me and was on the group's debut album. He is seen in the music video for their single, "Untill You Leave". However, in 2007, Justin left to reform Perfect Endings under a new name, Big City Lights.

Big City LightsEdit

Justin got back together with the lineup from Perfect Endings and recorded a four song Spring Demo '07 with the group under the name Big City Lights. The band began playing shows around the island and accumulated a large following. The band played with Destiny or Design, The Rivalry, Permanent Me, Therefore I Am, and Van Atta High, for The Farewell Effect's last show. Big City Lights went on a short break, but got back together. In April, however, things began looking worse as Justin left the band to pursue a solo career. In May, the band announced that they had broken up.

In December, 2008 Big City Lights played a reunion show with Envy on the Coast at The Crazy Donkey in Farmingdale, NY. They have announced that they intend to keep the band active again.

Solo ProjectEdit

After Big City Lights, Justin has began writing acoustic songs, and in the meantime has been the tour manager for Nightmare of You.

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