New EP Liquid Smooth by Lunar Lander Dance Commander

2017-09-28 05:22:02 UTC

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The new EP  from Lunar Lander Dance Commander (LLDC) “Liquid Smooth”,  is a Synth Rock synergy that showcases the band's personality to the highest degree with a captivating and natural texture in production, while retaining the grit of a modern rock band. Similar to artists like The B-52s or Metric, this eccentric and talented group will definitely leave a good impression and a desire for more.

"We are so excited to have released our debut EP upon the world! Fun fact: It is called "Liquid Smooth" because this was originally the name that Chris and Donny wanted to call the band. Steph and Steve didn't like the name so we all compromised and decided to name the debut EP this instead. We all agreed that Lunar Lander Dance Commander was a kick ass name for the band so we went with that in the end. Woo, team work!! 

CITIZENS OF EARTH!

Prepare for alt-rock domination with the galaxy's ultimate music sensation, Lunar Lander Dance Commander.

This funky foursome has one mission: get the crowd jumping with stellar grooves and an out of this world live show.

May the dance be with you.

Track List

  • 1. Creeper
  • 2. We Won't Go
  • 3. Free
  • 4. Open Your Eye
  • 5. Rooftop Renegade
  • 6. Free (Soak It In Remix)


Genre : alternative-rock

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