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LVNDR.SOUND & Eric ‘Benny’ Bloom Release “Virtual One”

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Following their debut single “Nebula,” Colorado based electronic trio LVNDR.SOUND announces their latest single titled, “Virtual One” featuring GRAMMY- award winning trumpet player Eric ‘Benny’ Bloom of famed group Lettuce.

Marking the second single from their upcoming nine-track album, “Virtual One” is setting the tone for the incredible amount of sonic mastery to follow in coming months.

“Jay.Greens is not only a great producer and multi-instrumentalist; he’s also a great writer and a breeze to work with in the studio. He really lets the artists contribute in a non-judgmental fashion and I had a great time working on “Virtual One” with him and the LVNDR.SOUND crew.  Virtual One is a hot track because he and his co-producers in LVNDR.SOUND: Geoff Bremer & Joshua Fairman keep it minimal, yet dancey and fresh. This song makes me imagine what it would be like to be in a Brazilian nightclub at 3 AM with the love of my life I just met an hour before. They left plenty of space for me to do my thing on trumpet so I was really able to go off at the end there which was awesome. Stay tuned for more music from this group and the whole Perception Records crew.”- Eric ‘Benny’ Bloom

Consistently breaking the dance music mold, “Virtual One” sees LVNDR.SOUND bridging the gap between modern house, nu-age funk and electro soul to create a deep and captivating soundscape. “Virtual One” showcases the trio’s high level production skills, eclectic taste and genre-bending sound. Just short of four minutes, “Virtual One” starts off with lush low-fi bass before speeding up to a mid tiempo beat with infectious synths and an alluring bassline before trumpeter Eric ‘Benny’ Bloom (known for his work with Lettuce and Pretty Lights) dominates with bright, tantalizing trumpet horn rhythms found throughout. Fusing raw instrumentals with house and soul sensibilities, LVNDR.SOUND’s unmatched artistry and soundscape continuously sets the trio apart from the rest.

From her first concert at 10 years old, Ariana's number one thing in life has always been music. Now, at age 25, she's found her passion within the EDM industry. Ariana grew up in the Boston area and moved to Florida where she graduated from Rollins College in Orlando. Inspired by DJ/Producers making their dreams come true and by sensational performances at EDM festivals around the world, Ariana is thrilled to be on the road to living out her dreams.

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