Los Angeles Indie Group The Rescues GIve a Holiday Gift, A FREE Song

Los Angeles indie group The Rescues are giving fans a gift of a FREE holiday song titled “Give My Love Away.” The song is available at the following links:


In 2007, individually accomplished and talented Los Angeles singer-songwriters Kyler England, Gabriel Mann and Adrianne combine their indie prowess as The Rescues. On October 14, 2008 at the Hotel Cafe, The Rescues debuted new member Rob Giles, to officially became a quartet. Giles will join The Rescues during the November tour and will be featured future recordings.

Their full length debut Crazy Ever After was released digitally on November 2, 2008 and will be available in-stores on January 20, 2009 on Red Wind Records, distributed by Adrenaline Music Group/ADA.

The Rescues have secured an impressive list of credentials with placements including the season premiere of “Grey’s Anatomy” with an acoustic version of the title track “Crazy Ever After.” The New York Post blog Popwrap exclaims, “I love this freakin’ song!!!” As well as “My Heart With You”on the October 16 episode during the ending montage,

“Sweetspot” is placed in the film “The Lucky Ones” starring Rachel McAdams and Tim Robbins. The band recorded a cover of Eric Carmen’s “All By Myself” which is featured prominently in the hit film “Superhero Movie” and they were hired by The Weinstein Company to make their own version of Oingo Boingo’s “Dead Man’s Party” for use in trailers for the animated feature “Igor.” The first single from their debut full-length CD, “Break Me Out,” and “Matter of Time” was featured on “Army Wives” on Lifetime.

The Rescues are currently writing and recording new material in Los Angeles.

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