US group The Aces think people need music more than ever
New Delhi (IANS) – American alternative pop group The Aces has made a bold move by releasing their new song, “Lost Angeles,” amid the global COVID-19 pandemic. They promise to keep bringing new music to their fans because they believe people need music more than ever at the moment.
Many projects have been put on hold due to the global lockdown following the rising toll from the novel coronavirus outbreak.
But The Aces, which consists of sisters Cristal (singer and lead guitarist) and Alisa Ramirez (drummer), Katie Henderson (guitarist) and McKenna Petty (bassist), released their new song just a few days ago.
“’Lost Angeles’ was written about a year ago. It documents our experience of moving from our small suburban town and how heartbreak can change a city for you. We believe people need music more than ever. so right now we will continue to bring new music to our fans, ”Cristal told IANS.
The quartet also recently released the video for their track “Daydream”.
Now they are in Utah in the United States with their family. “We don’t get together because we’re trying to be as safe as possible, but a lot of group FaceTimes do happen,” Alisa said.
They just got together for a virtual performance and chatting with their fans for ‘Vh1 Quarantunes’ Live on the Vh1 India Instagram page.
They are used to performing in front of a crowd. When asked what they like about the concept of virtual concerts, Katie replied, “That you can connect with more people than you could in a live setting. More people can log in and watch, and they can do it from the comfort of their own homes. “
Many people are bringing out their inner leader or showing their creative side during this global lockdown.
For these girls, they really try to comfort and stay close to their fans. “I think we’re more accessible to them right now. It feels like despite everything that’s going on, everyone gets really creative and pushes themselves to think outside the box. We really feel inspired by this, ”McKenna said.
They feel they have come a long way since their first single, “Stuck”, released in 2016. After a few more singles, they released their first album “When My Heart Felt Volcanic” in April 2018.
“We have evolved a lot, we have grown. We are more confident and know better how to say exactly how we feel. It comes with age, ”Cristal.
(Natalia Ningthoujam can be contacted at [email protected])
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