Love And A .38 Debut “Rock ‘N Lola” Music Video
June 2, 2011
Los Angeles hard rockers Love And A .38 have released a music video for the song “Rock ‘N’ Lola”, from their 2010 self-titled debut EP. The band’s June 3rd show at the Viper Room will be their last show in L.A. for a long time as they begin writing material for a new album.
Love and a .38 is a four piece hard rock band based out of Los Angeles, CA. They formed in the fall of 2008 and began packing venues shortly thereafter, in the spring of 2009. Since then they have quickly gained notoriety in the Hollywood rock scene, playing to capacity crowds at Sunset staples like The Viper Room, The Roxy Theatre and The Key Club. Love and a .38 has maintained a strong online presence, as evidenced by Total Rock Radio (UK) acknowledging them as one of the top ten best unsigned bands of 2009.
In 2010 the band was dubbed the Los Angeles representative for Hard Rock Cafe’s “Ambassadors of Rock” and early in that same year they completed their self-titled debut EP, mixed by Grammy Award winning engineer Shawn Sullivan. The five song album gives distinctive nods to their classic rock sensibilities and punk influences, but has a decisively modern edge. Throwback guitar solos intersect with anthemic hooks in a way that is both familiar and refreshing amongst the current me-too rock radio sound scape.
Hundreds of fans arrived at The Roxy Theatre on May 8th to celebrate the album’s release. That show earned them glowing reviews in several industry publications, and gave them lots of momentum as they move forward, promoting their increasingly attention-grabbing EP.