It has been a year of hard work for Little Destroyer. The recently formed three-piece from Vancouver, British Columbia have been back and forth to Los Angeles for months carefully cultivating their own brand of hard-hitting, synth heavy alt-pop with producer Jarrett Holmes (Walk the Moon, Neon Trees, Hedley). The resulting collection of six new songs is the benchmark for what a band can achieve when they have a singularly unified sense of purpose. Recorded over an oppressively hot summer, each song pulsates with the energy of Southern California's underground rock scene. Mixed by the legendary Dave ‘Rave’ Ogilvie (Nine Inch Nails, Marilyn Manson, Carly Rae Jepsen), Little Destroyer’s blend of heavy, dark synths and powerful vocals is captivatingly unique. It’s almost impossible to imagine that only three people can create so much noise and dynamic energy together. Armed with these new songs and the drive to bring them into the world, Little Destroyer is poised to be one of the most talked about new bands of 2018.
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