Single: Livingmore – Places

“Livingmore is a band from Los Angeles that formed in 2014 when Alex and Spencer connected through their mutual solo shows. With an undeniable musical chemistry, they began writing together and quickly gained attention with an EP and a slew of singles. Their live performance of “Little Bird” in a parking garage went viral, sparking their online presence. Their debut album, “OK To Land,” received widespread acclaim and generated a buzz within the indie music scene. Blending modern indie rock sensibilities with a touch of vintage pop charm, Livingmore creates a refreshing and catchy sonic experience. Livingmore’s 2021 album, “Take Me,” produced by drummer/ collaborator Mike Schadel and mixed by renowned producer/engineer Josiah Mazzaschi further showcased their musical growth. The album was praised as a thrilling musical journey through time and space, gaining airplay on various radio stations across the US including 88.5 The SoCal Sound, KCRW, KROQ, 98.7fm, and more… With their intimate album “Look” released in 2022, Livingmore displayed their versatility and continued creativity. They are currently collaborating with producer Jeff Schroeder (Smashing Pumpkins) on their next release, promising exciting new music. Livingmore’s captivating sound and energetic performances have garnered a loyal following. With their distinctive blend of indie pop, rock influences, and a hint of nostalgia, Livingmore is an act to watch as they carve their own path in the music industry.

A little introduction to the band and here is an intro to the shared single:

“Places” will be the first single from Livingmore’s 4th full-length album “The Garden”. It is produced by Jeff Schroeder from The Smashing Pumpkins and recorded at East West Studios in Los Angeles, CA. Our friend Emily Retsas, bassist for Phoebe Bridgers, and Boygenius also played bass on the album. The song is about trying to be in the moment. Being still and appreciating the tiny and seemingly insignificant moments that we sometimes take for granted.

The dreamy, melancholic ballad with some nice bass guitar and fuzzy guitars in general. The song flows so nicely and it feels like a pleasant dream you are not wanting to wake up from. I can close my eyes and just pretend I am flying, dancing around my room. I am glad I am working from home so I can do it while writing this post. Just try it, it works great,

You can find more music on Spotify.