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LUCKYANDLOVE - Present New Single From Upcoming Album

Los Angeles's analog synthwave and darkwave darlings LuckyAndLove present a new single named "Soul Alive". The song is taken from their forthcoming album entitled Transitions, which will be released on 24th May via Southern Record Distributors. Offering ten new tracks in this sonic neon rainbow, listeners will be immersed in a spectrum of fuzzy sunset synthgaze, blueblack neon darkwave, and tigerprint electro punk.
This album takes you on a mulit-city adventure. Within the recesses of your mind, you'll find yourself jetting around to Chicago, LA, and DC... in a pop underground, clubbing in Chinatown, basking in the south of France, moonlight trekking in a Burmese jungle, having a spiritual love connection, or provoking the DMT molecules that are naturally inside you.
This album follows up the synthtastic debut album Lucky+Love and debut video for "Digging In The Earth". As with their debut, the duo recorded Transitions with Grammy winning engineer Be Hussey of The Comp-ny Studio, going to extremes in writing and performing live on this record, often finishing songs in one complete take.
LuckyAndLove is vocalist and multi-synth-pedal-instrumentalist April Love and drummer and multi-synth instrumentalist Loren Luck. Originally from Silver Lake, California, the band formed in 2014, named for The Good Luck bar, where they met.
About the new album April Love says: "This is a very transformational record. Making it was an emotional journey with both heart-breaking and fun experiences because we are always in transition. We're having fun; at same time, there's much reflection on fun moments, like dancing in clubs or going to the beach... But we transition, going deeper into the unknown. On our first debut record, there were a lot of sky and space concepts introduced. For this second album, we get down right spooky. Like my brain keeps imagining a transition into "rainbow body" while I'm playing "Soul Alive"." Listen to the seductive, dark and intense "Soul Alive" in the player below. Link