Liv Slingerland has released her new single and EP Come Back To Me! The title track highlights the highly-anticipated three song debut EP from the Los Angeles indie rocker. The album encapsulates Slingerland’s blues, rock, and punk influences with a punchy, guitar-driven, and angsty/in-your-face delivery. As the track progresses, the band takes the listener back and forth between tense, upbeat verses and hooky instrumental riff sections that provide repeated and welcome feelings of build-up and release. Her guitar work pairs with a creative layering of tones and lead work that demonstrate her astute dedication to the craft.
Slingerland is a singer-songwriter/multi-instrumentalist who self-released her band’s first single Shouldn’t Bother in 2016 through a premiere with We Found New Music. Her band’s second single, Hold On To, has been described as “anthemic,” “vibrant,” and “reminiscent of the 90s”. Liv has already become a fixture at L.A. venues like the Hi Hat, Harvard and Stone, The Echo, and The Satellite, in addition to festivals like Chinatown Summer Nights and Echo Park Rising. Listen to the new single and download it and the new EP on BandCamp and all streaming platforms today!