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About It Lives, It Breathes

Providence, Rhode Island rock act It Lives, It Breathes formed after the split of post-hardcore band A Faylene Sky. The group combined disparate musical genres like electronica, hard rock, and metal into a style-blurring collision. Resurrecting themselves with a defiant new band name, former Faylene vocalist Kevin Lacerda and guitarist/programmer Kris Sobanski were joined by vocalist/bassist Jordan Stevens and guitarist Anthony DiBiase. The band's original lineup released its self-titled debut EP in 2012. It featured songs like "German Girls Can Invade My Pole-Land Anytime" and "I Don't Give a Jean-Claude Van Damme." The EDM-influenced single "Part Deux" was released before the arrival of their sophomore EP, We Come in Numbers, which featured appearances by A Loss for Words and Crown the Empire. A series of singles was issued in the coming years, most notably the breakout track "IndepenDance Day," which highlighted the band's electronica side. They signed with Stay Sick Recordings, the label created by Attila frontman Chris "Fronz" Fronzak. Their first LP, Silver Knights, was released in April 2016, debuting in the Top 20 of Billboard's Top Heatseekers chart. The album featured Jonny Craig on "Devils" and Kyle Lucas on "Miley Virus (The One)." ~ Neil Z. Yeung

ORIGIN
Providence, RI
GENRE
Rock
FORMED
March, 2012

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