Friday, August 22, 2014

The Lovers Key (mbrs The Postmarks) reveal new video with Culture Collide + LP due out Sept. 23

Artist: The Lovers Key
Album: Here Today Gone Tomorrow (Deluxe Edition)
Release Date: 09.23.14
Label: self-release

Track Listing:
01. Saturday Night
02. Who's The One You Love?
03. In A Perfect World
04. Linger Longer
05. Maybe I'm Not Good Enough
06. Bright Eyes, Black Soul
07. Do You Still Think Of Me?
08. Stay On The Sunny Side
09. Tell It Like It Is (Don't Break It To Me Slow)
10. Cry My Eyes Out
11. Another Night

Bonus Tracks:
12. Dis-Moi Qui Tu Aimes
13. Do You Still Think of Me? (Ursula 1000 remix)
14. Saturday Night (The Postmarks remix)

The Lovers Key release funky new video for "Who's The One You Love?" with Culture Collide.

Watch "Who's the One You Love?" via YouTube orCulture Collide
"You'll dig it for the classic R&B sound mixed with a dose of pop."

From the musical mastermind behind the critically acclaimed band The Postmarks, Christopher Moll brings his distinct talent and vision to his latest work – The Lovers Key. The Lovers Key are pleased to announce the arrival of their debut album, Here Today Gone Tomorrow, which was praised by AllMusic as “tunes that capture the sound and the feel of vintage R&B with impressive accuracy, even as they add a subtle undercurrent of contemporary pop to the production and arrangements.”
Here Today Gone Tomorrow includes eleven tracks of retro-tinged pop and soul. The Deluxe Edition adds additional material including remixes from The Postmarks and Ursula 1000 as well as the French version of their hit song “Who’s The One You Love?” which premiered with Wondering Sound, calling the track "a raucous garage-soul rave-up." The LP will be available on all digital platforms September 23.

Fall Tour Dates:
08.22 · West Palm Beach, FL – Respectables
09.05 · Miami Beach, FL – AIR Bar
09.06 · Fort Lauderdale, FL – Radio-active Records
09.19 · Boca Raton, FL – Funky Buddah
09.20 · Orlando, FL 
– Will's Pub
08.28 · Fort Lauderdale, FL – Bar Stache
10.05 · New York, NY – Pianos
10.09 · Cambridge, MA – T.T. the Bear’s Place
"Here Today Gone Tomorrow is a clear winner that's suitable for dancing, listening, or simply hanging out."

"Start to finish, Here Today Gone Tomorrow does no wrong." - Motiv

"Motown vibe with a garage-rock kick." - Broward Palm Beach New Times

"...lives comfortably between the sensibilities of London and Detroit circa '65 while still purveying a sound as fresh and new as it is nostalgic." - Miami New Times
"a must-listen for any fan of Motown or 60s rock" - Vinyl Mag

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