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Title - 'I Can Fool Anybody In This Town' [EP]
Artist - Liily

For those not in the know, Lilly (Dylan Nash - vocals; Sam De La Torre - guitar; Charlie Anastasis - bass; and Maxx Morando - drums) are Los Angeles teenagers hailing from deep in the San Fernando Valley to the edges of the Inland Empire.

Emerging from a new and burgeoning culture of youths in the city, their wildly frenetic shows point to a new vision for alternative and hard rock music in todays musicscape where such things aren’t supposed to exist anymore!

Indeed, as you will quite clearly here from their brilliant new EP I Can Fool Anybody In This Town Liily makes music that draws on all the jagged stimuli of their upbringings to make something distinctly Los Angeles here in 2019.

1. 'Toro'
2. 'The Weather'
3. 'Sepulveda Basin'
4. 'I Can Fool Anybody In This Town'
5. 'Nine'
6. 'Sold'

This wildly passionate rising alt rock band kick things off with the thunderous beauty 'Toro' and back that up with both the late '70s punk membrane of 'The Weather' and then the indie pop lite, Cure-esque ballad 'Sepulveda Basin.'

"We like our music to make people crazy" guitarist Sam De La Torre says. "When we write something, we want it to hit really hard. If we knock people out, we've done our job."

Coming across as Joy Division impersonating The Strokes whilst at the same time having listened all month to melodies from The Black Keys, next up is the vibrant 'I Can Fool Anybody In This Town.' The EP then rounds out with the drum-led 'Nine' and then the hard rock twisting melodies of 'Sold.'

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