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The Good Evol is an American alternative rock band, known for their clever lyrics, catchy melodies, hooky rock riffs and energetic live show. Think Weezer and OK GO doing a cannonball into a bubble bath with No Doubt and Paramore.
Their debut album, Butterfly Crush, has earned stellar reviews. Spin raves, "power-pop at its finest!" Indie Music Digest gushes, "amazing songwriting and top flight originality!" Skope says, "best new music I've heard...packed to the hilt with energy!" LA music critic, Bob Leggett, calls it "a true work of art... on my list of the Top 10 albums of 2011!"
Songwriting is a major focus of The Good Evol, earning them awards from such industry giants as VH1, Billboard and the John Lennon Song Contest. Billboard describes lead singer, Natalia Bortolotti, as "a master of songcraft with the vocal chops to match." Their songs are regularly featured in film and television, including FOX, ABC, CBS, NBC, MTV, VH1, CW and WB networks.
On tour, Natalia and her songwriting partner - award-winning producer and multi-instrumentalist, Scotty Smith - are joined by Steve Sicular (guitar) and Terry Thompson (drums). Recent shows include opening stints for Weezer, Best Coast, Hot Hot Heat and Foster the People, as well as regular gigs at the Troubadour, Roxy, Viper Room and House of Blues in Los Angeles.
The Good Evol is on the radio and on the road, so keep an ear out for songs from their debut album, "Butterfly Crush," on commercial, satellite, college, internet, and podcast radio, and keep an eye out for The Good Evol coming to your town!
Add some tunes to your iPod! The new album, "Butterfly Crush," is now available from iTunes, Amazon, CDBaby and all your favorite digital music sites! :)
The Good Evol continues to impress both critics and fans, earning them major awards and recognition, and the most loyal fans in the world. They are constantly touring, including showcasing at SXSW, NXNE, NEMO, Atlantis, NAMM and CMJ.