Future Lovers stopped by the WorldArts Stage for an exclusive Periscope session!
Tinderbox Music’s Jon Delange has said of Future Lovers , ” …What an absolute gem. Consider us at Tinderbox Music big fans.” -2015
“Val M. is an excellent writer. I’m sure we’ll find a space for Future Lovers music on a CBS show soon.” -Samuel Diaz, CBS Music Supervisor 2016
Future Lovers are an LA based, indie-pop quintuple, led by Val Macias, writer and vocalist, originally from San Antonio, TX. Their sound has been influenced by soul and folk contemporaries, such as the Alabama Shakes, Fitz and The Tantrums and Edward Sharp. Their most recent EP, Memory Is A Monster, spans infectious, up beat folk-pop to melancholic, break up blues, where guitars swell in achey billows and vocals crack from longing.
Future Lovers are thrilled to be working on a new EP where they will be exploring danceable indie-pop, featuring sweeping synths and big drum pads. Their single, Come On, serves to bridge the change in genre. It is a combination of their original voice with traditional rock instruments – guitar, bass, acoustic drums – but incorporates heavy synths and catchy drum rhythms. Check out their live performance videos LIVE from the WorldArts Stage below!
Big News for Future Lovers 2016:
- Future Lovers will be featured on the nationally broadcast, Emmy Award winning show, HOME & FAMILY, Hallmark channel, as the headlining artist. (initial air date Feb. 16, running for about a week) Home & Family’s guests have recently included DOLLY PARTON, The PUSSY CAT DOLLS, MATT ROGERS, and JON SECADA.
- In July of 2015, Future Lovers shared a stage at the Music For At Risk Children charity event with CANDLE BOX and EDGAR WINTERS.
- Future Lovers song BLUE EYES was chosen as the title track for the YouTube travel show LABlocks, a show which explores the coolest parts of Los Angeles.
- Future Lovers have been chosen to be SongShooters FEATURED BAND OF THE DAY twice in 2016, specifically playing their soon to be released single, COME ON, a catchy synth pop tune that is serving as a bridge for their change in genre.
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