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EDITORS’ NOTES

Teen-pop sister act Cimorelli return with their fourth EP. Ever since beginning their career in 2007 with a cappella covers of recent hits on YouTube, the six Cimorelli sisters have exhibited a fresh-faced, gals-next-door appeal. Now signed to a major label and sharing management with pop stars Ellie Goulding and Jessie J, the Sacramento natives have made the transition to the pop mainstream with ease. The title track "Made In America," is a sunny tune with earnestly patriotic lyrics and a sing-along chorus and has an undeniable summertime appeal. The rest of the five-track EP is just as instantly likeable.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Teen-pop sister act Cimorelli return with their fourth EP. Ever since beginning their career in 2007 with a cappella covers of recent hits on YouTube, the six Cimorelli sisters have exhibited a fresh-faced, gals-next-door appeal. Now signed to a major label and sharing management with pop stars Ellie Goulding and Jessie J, the Sacramento natives have made the transition to the pop mainstream with ease. The title track "Made In America," is a sunny tune with earnestly patriotic lyrics and a sing-along chorus and has an undeniable summertime appeal. The rest of the five-track EP is just as instantly likeable.

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About Cimorelli

Raised on a steady diet of Jackson 5, teen pop, and Glee, six-piece Sacramento, California-based family band Cimorelli became Internet stars with their a cappella rendition of Miley Cyrus' "Party in the USA." Formed in 2007, the home-schooled, all-female group consists of sisters Christina, Katherine, Lisa, Amy, Lauren, and Dani Cimorelli, all of whom honed their instrumental skills, tight harmonies, and effortless unison singing under the tutelage of their music major, composer, and choir director mother Lynne, who introduced each daughter to music between the ages of two and four. Cimorelli released their self-titled debut album in 2008. They acquired Sugababes manager Sarah Stennett the following year, resulting in a record deal with Universal and the subsequent release of 2011's CimFam EP, which included covers of hits by Jessie J, One Direction, and Demi Lovato. In the years that followed, Cimorelli released a string of EPs -- Believe It (2012), Made in America (2013), and Renegade (2014) -- as well as a split single with singer/songwriter Tyler Ward. In late 2014, they released Christmas Magic, an a cappella EP of holiday favorites. Their sophomore LP, Up at Night, arrived in 2016, and added country flourish to their clean pop style. The crowd-funded Sad Girls Club dropped the following year. ~ James Christopher Monger & Neil Z. Yeung

ORIGIN
Sacramento, CA
GENRE
Pop
FORMED
2007

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