Embrace Lionsphere's Progressive Sonic Ambition With "Sisters"
German band Lionsphere's sound may draw on a diverse range of influences, but the result of the four-piece's singular creative vision is an ingeniously filtered sonic amalgam that absorbs and intrigues in equal measure. From pulsing, electronica suffused undertones and vaporous synths to the chime of indie-accented guitars, jazzy drum patterns and the poised rock/soul vocal of singer Joel Montagud, Lionsphere conjure a mood of dreamy introspection that washes in and out like the rise and fall of a contemplative emotional tide. Framed by the ebb and flow of arrangements that morph, transform and swell with eclectically inspired intricacies, Montagud's soulfully arresting voice embraces falsetto touches and husky power with equally instinctive aplomb. With several years of playing together under their belt, singer/guitarist Montagud, keyboardist Dominik Petzold, guitarist Karim Hegazy and drummer Fabian Rösch ventured into the studio earlier in the year to record their debut EP, and recently released their first single, "Sisters".