Good Day Noir Family,
our “E.A.Poets Approved/Bands We Like” section is dedicated to Love, Lies and Fiction. I discovered this Band while shuffling songs on Spotify and I liked their way of composing music.
From the very first notes you feel you are in front of a band with a lot of compositional experience.
The melody and chord progression are never predictable and banal and their songs flow well.
Their new single “The Sun Lights Up The Moon” is a song that moves deep emotions and that somehow, as it says in the lyrics, is able to remove the darkness that each of us sometimes feels to have inside.
A therapeutic song that manages to make you forget about everyday problems for a moment.
And like the moon and the sun, who are the rulers of two completely opposite kingdoms that meet every day for a little kiss, so this song unites to transfer positive and indelible emotions.
The Sun Lights Up The Moon is Love, Lies and Fiction’s Single Out Now!
Magical and Pure!
Love, Lies and Fiction are a melodic pop-rock group from South Florida. The band formed when vocalist Eric Jackson had two unlikely yet fateful encounters with Ricky Sanders, first at a McDonald’s then at a Best Buy, where Jackson was singing along to a music video in the TV aisle. Sanders didn’t let the second opportunity pass him by: he invited Jackson to form a band with him. Jackson accepted, resulting in Love, Lies and Fiction after they added Lu Rubino on guitar, bass, and keyboards.
Sanders had drummed for metal group Saigon Kick, while Rubino played bass on the first Paramore album and was the singer and guitarist for the Christian rock band Storyside:B. Jackson had sung in a number of original and cover bands in South Florida.
While their collective history is impressive, the members started fresh with Love, Lies and Fiction, viewing this band as a means to share music that seeks to touch on the deepest emotions.