This summer Salt Lake City's alt rock quartet Larusso is kicking off their Don't Call It A Comeback tour, with several West Coast dates planned. The quintessential DIY band has evolved from a run-of-the-mill, small town guitar group, to a seasoned rock outfit. Amassing a loyal following, both locally and across the states. Since they formed in 2003 they've been winning fans over with catchy hooks, strong lyrical work and a classic pop-punk sensibility, reminiscent of 90s bands Blink-182 and Yellowcard. Having already shared the stage with artists The Almost, Go Radio, Transit, and Cartel and headlining festivals like the Warped Tour, in a strange way they've been preparing for this tour for the last 10 years. That's probably why they chose to release their latest album Life in Static, mid August (15th) while they are out on the road.
Life in Static is described by the band as "a conceptual testament to one idea; that speaks to our nature as human beings, our hopes, strengths, downfalls, heartaches, and adversities." Prior to this Larusso onlyreleased albums independently, gaining a significant presence through grassroots promotion and live performances. For their fans that have stuck by them over the years, they want the album to take away one simple message. "We can always rise above and conquer; we can hear through the static in the background that we are invincible."
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