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A Violet Sun / Press

“Their final song “Beta” starts with the sounds of a lone keyboard. Then, the rest of the band comes in on a dramatic down beat creating the urge to head-bang along to the rhythm. Just when you think the song is over, the lead vocalist switches from keyboard back to guitar and joins the other members in collectively vamping or improvising. By this point the crowd was screaming and hollering in appeasement. A Violet Sun received a huge round of applause from their audience and thanked their listeners for their support. What I enjoyed most about the band was the different ways each member of the band played their instrument. They each performed so differently from one another, but it worked. As you looked at each member of the band you could see that they loved where they were and what they were doing. They just expressed it in different mannerisms.”

“Crafting a good pop song is an art form. Making pop interesting is even more difficult. That’s why for every artist with longevity like Beyonce, there’s a thousand one-hit wonders like Carly Rae Jepsen. Good pop requires a fine balance of catchy melodies with intriguing chord progressions and rhythmic dynamics. The guys in A Violet Sun, a pop-alternative rock band from the Inland Empire in California, seem to have an innate understanding of this concept.”

“Their final song “Beta” starts with the sounds of a lone keyboard. Then, the rest of the band comes in on a dramatic down beat creating the urge to head-bang along to the rhythm. Just when you think the song is over, the lead vocalist switches from keyboard back to guitar and joins the other members in collectively vamping or improvising. By this point the crowd was screaming and hollering in appeasement. A Violet Sun received a huge round of applause from their audience and thanked their listeners for their support. What I enjoyed most about the band was the different ways each member of the band played their instrument. They each performed so differently from one another, but it worked. As you looked at each member of the band you could see that they loved where they were and what they were doing. They just expressed it in different mannerisms.”

"Violet Sun's new single "Home" will make you think about our global situation and you'll like the sound of you're thoughts."