Proving to be unstoppable L.A. based Stars in Stereo are enjoying a summer of unyielding touring as they criss-cross the county, just off tours with Foxy Shazam and Hoobastank, the band will reunite with The Used for a run in September, leading up to the release of their self-titled debut album coming later this year.
See the new lyric video for the song Violence exclusively at Alternative Press at:
“Violence is one of the first songs we wrote together as a band and it made the cut through the whole album writing process. It is definitely a special song to us. It’s about being torn apart inside by being kept from someone you love.” – Explains Stars in Stereo
Stars in Stereo are: Bec Hollcraft: Lead vocals, Jordan McGraw: Guitar, Justin Siegel: Bass, Ryan “Frogs” McCormack: Guitar, Drew Langan: Drums.
Winning over fans and critics alike one city at a time with their energetic, sexy and thought provoking live show Stars in Stereo has no plans of slowing down. After catching the live set BlowUpRadio said “All in all another hot night for rock and roll” and Eleven Magazine thinks “the charismatic LA-natives Stars in Stereo, started the slow build of excitement throughout the night with their up-tempo pop-rock. Lead vocalist Bec Hollcraft’s voice is clear and commanding—add that to her fiery personality and it makes her just the sort of diva who can really spice things up on stage.”
The band’s first retail single, The Broken, is now available at iTunes. Absolute Punk said “Stars In Stereo has made an immediate impact by releasing its debut song, “The Broken,” and The Oklahoma Gazette states “The band is already making waves with the recently released lead single, “The Broken” — sounding like a heavier, but equally polished Paramore — and hopes the big tours keep rolling out as to spread what they believe is a long forgotten, positive message in emo-alternative music.”
“We came together at the right time. We wanted to do something that was really organized with a true purpose behind it. We set out to do exactly what we have come out with,” Siegel said. “We sat down, figured out what we wanted to do, how we’re going to do it, and promised not to settle for anything less.” Explains bass player Justin Siegel
This is just the beginning for Stars in Stereo.
With The Used:
The Fox Theater
Ace Of Spades
More dates coming soon.