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Llama Tsunami / Press

“When Llama Tsunami took the stage at the The Paradise in Boston, we were blown away by their stage presence and ability to engage the audience, so it came as no surprise that their strong fan base would help them secure top honors in the competition.”

“Llama Tsunami’s original and innovative sound energized the crowd...The way they have incorporated each instrument to make such a unique and energetic sound is truly amazing.”

“Finally, the eight members of Connecticut-based Llama Tsunami crowded the stage and got the crowd jumping with their homemade blend of ska and onstage antics. To say these guys had a good time onstage would be an understatement, the lead singer of the group had endured a snow blower accident earlier that morning to get to the stage… nothing was going to stand in the way of their moment to play Boston for the first time.”

“Get Serious, the band's first full-length studio album, kicks off with horns demarcating the catchy chorus of "Beach Tourist Song," in which Shishmanian laments the sight of an unattractive beachgoer "in your man bikini thong." Lyrics like these and the track list itself immediately belie the titular message of Get Serious, with amusing song names such as "Punch You in the Face," "Rock Hard Abs," and "Here There Be Pirates." ”

“Llama Tsunami...They had a nice, happy, ska sound that really got the crowd going. Kids started to dance - yeah they were dancing in a ska manner - and I was embarrassed for them, but whatever floats your boat I guess.”

Nahuel Fanjul - The Cowl