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The Lawsuits New album "Moon Son" out 5/13/16

The Lawsuits Return With Full Length Self-Produced LP Moon Son
On May 13th via Randm Records
"With a fearless approach to music, the group doesn't follow traditional rules
of genre, pulling inspiration from blues to reggae, Americana to gospel,
to make a sound that is effortless and beautiful
." - Guitar World

Dynamic Philadelphia band The Lawsuits will release Moon Son on May 13th via Randm Records. View the album trailer HERE. The band's second full length album features 11 songs of melodic rock and groove with expressive pop vivacity through lyrics that balance darkness with light. Spiraling with guitar, keys and synth, the album is an atmospheric journey. The trade-off of charismatic and soulful vocals between dual lead singers Brian Dale Allen Strouse and Vanessa Winters ensures an experience without a dull moment. Supported by layers of lush multi-instrumention, The Lawsuits embody a uniqueness that is difficult to pin to a single characterization.
With the release of the band's first full length album Cool, Cool, Cool (produced by Bill Moritary, known for his work with Dr. Dog and Man Man), praise rolled in from Rolling Stone, SPIN, Baeble, Paste Magazine, WXPN and Daytrotter, among many others. They quickly established a reputation as a must-see live act, sharing stages with The Vaccines, Delta Spirit and Lake Street Dive while making a debut appearances at WXPN's XPoNential Music Festival and Philadelphia Folk Festival.
The Lawsuits formed after Strouse (vox, guitar, keys, synth) met Winters (vox) and Brendan Cunningham (bass, synth) while attending Temple University. Soon after, drummer Josh Friedman and guitarist Joe Bisirri completed the quintet's current lineup.

The band will be touring nonstop throughout the remainder of the year with a hometown celebration at The Foundry on April 29th. For tour dates and ticketing information, visit
Quote from The Lawsuits lead singer / songwriter Brian Dale Allen Strouse about "Wasted":
"The demo is very similar to the final recording. It’s fun & is a little deeper under the surface than the first listen might allow you to think. To be wasted is universally understood, but context plays a major role in the way the expression is used."

Here is an exclusive premier of their new song "Wasted"

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