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Hailing from NY, dream pop/rock outfit Laveda set nostalgic and cinematic moods with a guitar driven sound reminiscent of The Sundays, Ringo Deathstarr, or Hatchie. Founding members Ali (vocals, guitar) and Jake (vocals, guitar, synths) voice the concerns of today’s younger generation in an early single “Better Now,” and say that this will be a main theme throughout their debut record, titled What Happens After, releasing late May 2020.


The band has been playing extensively in and around the New England/NYC area and completed a full 2-week Northeastern US/Canada tour in summer 2019. Just recently they embarked on a second tour down the East Coast (US) with bassist Dan Carr and drummer Joe Taurone that was due to culminate in Austin at SXSW (canceled due to COVID-19). 


Ontario’s The Revue calls Laveda’s latest single “Urgent and breathtaking, dazzling and euphoric, ‘Ghost’ personifies what shoegaze can and ought to be. From the fuzzy guitars to the probing rhythms to Genevich’s stirring vocals, the song leaves you in a state of awe, where every element consumes a different part of your body, mind, and soul.”