Who The f**k are we??
Do you ever look back on the days when Rock N’ Roll ruled the world? For the first time in decades, you have a band that captures it all.
Laci Violett is a band that aims to pick up on where the 80’s Glam Metal scene left off before practically dissipating from existence (aka 1992). They are one of the few brave acts of its kind to emerge from the San Francisco Bay Area (or anywhere in the world for that matter these days, making them extra brave). Following the footsteps of 80’s Bay Area bands such as Vain, Babylon A.D., Sexcess, and Cry Wolf, the band seeks to introduce the L.A. Sunset Strip scene up north where it was never given a chance to fully take off and carry it around anywhere they set foot. Although constantly pressured by record companies and fashion magazines to alter their musical style to meet today’s standards, they prefer to stay true to the classic sound of Rock N’ Roll.
Laci Violett was founded in 2017 by Lizzy Lace and Eddie Bane, after the two realized that they had exceptional hair and riffs. They just fit together like pieces of some kind of 2-piece puzzle. Within only a couple of jam sessions, they wrote enough quality material for their debut album. All that was left was to give this project a name: Laci Violett
You may find yourself wondering “What does Laci VIolett even mean?”, but like those of many of their predecessors, the name has absolutely no meaning at all.
The quest to record their debut album was a long but rewarding journey. After nearly a year of going in and out of the studio, the band finally produced an album worthy of recognition. Never before has musical skill been flaunted so gallantly as Eddie Bane and Lizzy Lace did on this incredible document, proving to be the cult heroes of the millennium. After several months of searching for a worthy candidate to play drums on the record, Eyan Stran from the local hard rock band Yes Devil was selected for the task (aside from the 3 tracks that Eddie Bane reluctantly played drums on). With the outstanding work of Bay Area engineers Adam Sullivan and Zack Ohren, the production of the Laci Violett self-titled debut album explodes with sonic euphoria.
Laci Violett: the world's answer to the age old question: another hairband?