Friday, 21 February 2014

Introducing:- Lemon

Band/Artist Name: LEMON
Album Name: Year on Mars
Website Address:
Music Style: Soul Pop R&B
Influences: George Michael

Combining the soulful ache of Simply Red’s Mick Hucknall with the sultry falsetto of Smokey Robinson, Lemon resurrects the plaintive longing and raw sexuality of vintage R&B with the synthesized rhythms of ‘80s modern rock.

A duo consisting of vocalist Roger Smith and multi-instrumentalist Thor Madsen, the New York-based Lemon generates body heat from their funky, sweltering grooves. The propulsive “Ain’t Coming Back” recalls Peter Gabriel in his mid-‘80s prime as Smith’s deeply emotional and urgent vocals fuel Madsen’s grinding keyboards while “One Night Stand” is reminiscent of Prince’s midnight eroticism.

Eschewing the discordant noise and basement production of ‘90s alternative rock, Lemon champion melody and clear, straightforward songwriting, utilizing modern technology to create evocative atmospherics with old-school pop hooks. If Motown had begun releasing albums in the 21st century, then Lemon would’ve been among their prime artists.

LEMON are back with their new single, "In the Night", from their upcoming 12 song CD release "Year on Mars", a labor of love over two years in the making. To get things off on the right foot, they've partnered with Electric Allstars (the DJ/Producer behind Groovecutters and the UK hit "We Close Our Eyes") to craft a dance floor stunner. Add to the mix some gorgeous vocals from Camille Jones, who's riding high from her own international hit track "The Creeps" with Fedde le Grande, and you've got the start of a very momentous year to come. 

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