Lovechild’s Powerhouse debut album ‘All you need is Lovechild’ out now

Born and bred New York City rock ‘n’ roll band Lovechild released their self-produced nine-track powerhouse album, ‘All You Need Is Lovechild.’

Inspiration behind the album comes from frontman Leo Lovechild’s life in and around New York City with twin brothers Aaron Mones (guitarist) and Wyatt Mones (multi-instrumentalist and producer). A multitude of influences like The Beatles, Bob Dylan, and Father John Misty were incorporated for Lovechild to add a twist and create their unique music for this album.

The delivery of the album took years of work delving into the craft of writing to produce rock and roll music in the modern age. Welding crashing piano keys with boisterous guitars and a confident rhythm are portrayed in the heart of the songs. The clever lyrical lines come from Leo’s poetry degree which diversified the albums songs from various angles of romantic, angry, and wistful.

“Our goal for this record was always to make a classic rock and roll album in the modern age, not a “classic rock” album, but a “classic” rock and roll album, one that pushes the genre into the future as much as it represents the sound of a reinterpreted past.” 

Leo Lovechild

The band shares a short documentary “Driving With Leo” filmed by Jack Tumen which dives deeper into the life of Leo Lovechild and their debut album. Personal ups and downs of Leo Lovechild’s life and the struggle to find hope are felt in the emotionality of the vocal performances, tensions of guitar playing, and the thoughtfulness production. For more info visit Lovechild’s website.

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