Deluded By Lesbians @ Sziget Sound Fest 2010
I Deluded By Lesbians si sono aggiudicati la settima edizione del concorso dello Sziget Sound Fest, che li porterà ad esibirsi nel più grande festival musicale europeo, il 9 Agosto 2010 a Budapest, in compagnia di un cast che va da Muse ai Faithless ed Iron Maiden e moltissimi altri nomi.
Un risultato importante per la band che ha convinto pubblico e giuria specializzata di addetti ai lavori grazie all’energia del brano “She Do Wanna”, una perfetta rappresentazione del loro sound, tra punk, hard rock e stoner, sempre proposto con un’attitudine estremamente ironica.
I Deluded By Lesbians inoltre si sono aggiudicati anche tre premi assegnati dalla critica, e che li porteranno ad esibirsi al Rock & Doc Venice Festival, Milano Film Festival oltre a 5 date nel circuito ARCI per la prossima stagione.
“The Revolution of Species”, primo album sulla lunga distanza sarà disponibile dopo l’estate da New Model Label/ Audioglobe in cd e Pirames International in digitale.
Deluded By Lesbians – “The Revolution of Species” out in Fall 2010 – New Model Label / Audioglobe in digital by Pirames International.
Deluded By Lesbians are the winner of the Italian competition for Sziget Sound Fest 2010 and will play at the one of the biggest live events in Europe, in Budapest – August 9th 2010
After two self-releasesd EPs, “The Importance Of Being Ignorant” and “The Ignorance Of Being Important”, the band signed with New Model Label for publishing and the traditional circuits and with Pirames International for digital and online marketing. The Revolution of Species is the first full length album recorded in Milan by Luca Serpenti, in which the band is palying with different elements, from punk to hard rock and stoner elements, always with the same fun attitude of bands such as Turbonegro, The Presidents Of The USA and Monotonix. Lara Brixen, Laura O’Clock and Federica Knox, stage-names of these three “lesbian guys” which already hit various Italian cities and stages with their overwhelming energy are still keeping on turning heads while playing their irony card. “What brings us on stage,” says Laura O’Clock, stroking his belly, “is a desire of revenge against rock music and the Italian music scene, bringing back the fun to watch a show, making sure that the crowd is participating and being part of it” . Federica Knox adds: ” We want fancy dresses, special effects, brilliant ideas, musicians exchanging instruments together, concerts in which interaction with the crowd is essential and perhaps also the drummer sings! “. “The Revolution of Species” is an involution which looks to the future, deconstructing rock stereotypes while creating a foolproof recipe. In a way it’s a title that creates expectations, a manifesto of Deluded thinking or as drummer Lara Brixen says: “looking smart even you’re not properly smart”.