Lily & The Parlour Tricks dive deep into the well of musical Americana and resurface with a wild stylistic brew. Lily’s songwriting influences range from The Andrews Sisters to Nine Inch Nails, with heavy doses of millennial pop and early rock n’ roll to boot. “Combining dissonant guitar riffs with angelic vocal harmonies, Lily & The Parlour Tricks are the perfect combo of pretty and gritty… the band has a mysterious depth that holds audiences transfixed through their salty and sweet set.” (The Wild Magazine, 2012). “The guys are too metal and the girls are too pretty,” said one disgruntled concert-goer after a show in 2013. Since contradictions have always been their specialty, the band decided to take it as a compliment. Their first EP was recorded live to tape at the legendary Daptone Studios in Brooklyn, and they are currently hard at work on a followup with an altogether different kind of sound. Their newest single “Belle Gunness” is “…a tense, stomping electric gospel [which] definitely takes things to the next level through a newfound sonic boldness” (The Deli Magazine, 2013). The song is featured in a new BMW commercial. With their soaring harmonies, raucous attitude and “deadly sex appeal” (Aesthetes Anonymous, 2012), these “friendly sh*t-talkers” keep their audiences dancing and howling for more.
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