Sunday, January 26, 2020

The Sweet Lizzy Project Will Help You See Music In "Technicolor" With Debut Release

Cuban-based rock band, Sweet Lizzy Project are preparing to release their debut album "Technicolor" on February 21st. The group was discovered during the filming of "Havana Time Machine" for PBS, as The Mavericks' Raul Malo took the band under his wing and helped get their debut album released under his band's record company, Mono Mundo Recordings.

The Sweet Lizzy Project's ten-track released begins with one of the most exciting songs in the set, the six-minute rocker "Technicolor," which features some amazing guitar work and an addictive pop chorus. They continue with the Cuban-flavored rhythm of "Turn Up The Radio," as their sound continues to grow with excitement, especially with the upbeat, heavier rock approach of "Ain't Nobody To Call."

Sweet Lizzy Project slow down for the ballad "Tu Libertad," which is sung in their native language, while "The Flower's In The Seed" finds the band meshing their sound with The Mavericks on this duet. The gentle acoustics of "These Words" allows you concentrate on the song's strong message, before Sweet Lizzy Project finish their new album with Cuban rock of "Vuelta Atras" and the soaring, soulful ballad "December 31st." To find out more about Sweet Lizzy Project and their latest release "Technicolor," please visit sweetlizzyproject.com

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