VanLadyLove Comes ‘Alive’ on Soaring New Electro-Rock EP
Hailing from the mountainous valley of Provo, Utah, VanLadyLove crafts the sort of blissful electronic-tinged, arena-ready rock n' roll that's primed for the pre-game, the party and the after-party. Basically, when it comes to having a good time, these guys have got you covered.
Formed in 2012, the Midwestern trio comprised of Travis Van Hoff, Steele Saldutti and Jordan Clark first garnered prominence within the indie rock scene with the release of their soaring 2014 EP, Love Matter, which earned the group an impressive VH1 Staff Pick as well as the title of "Artist on the Verge" via New Music Seminar that same year.
The band's brand new EP, Alive, featuring the singles "Mars" and "Grenade," is released today, packing a punch with tracks that shake, rattle and roll with rambunctious synths, thunderous choruses and raucous rock production courtesy of Brian "Brain" Mantia (Primus) and Melissa Reese (Guns N' Roses). Recorded at Green Day's legendary Jingletown Recording Studio in Oakland, California, the record glistens with the sheen of uplifting pop-powered rock, each track its own mission statement for feeling good.
See the official track-listing for the bombastic EP below:
- Moves Me
Recalling the radio-friendly anthemic electro-rock of bands like Maroon 5 and Imagine Dragons, VanLadyLove's euphoric tunes, much like their hit "Mars" may suggest, will leave you floating, suspending in space.
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