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||Americana / Alt Country, Folk
Brad Lauretti; Jessica Lauretti
Booking: This Frontier Needs Heroes firstname.lastname@example.org 646-322-5060
|# Years Experience Performing Live:
|# Live Perfomances Past Six-months:
||The Mercury Lounge - New York, NY; Great American Music Hall - San Francisco, CA; The Knitting Factory - New York, NY; Cafe Oto - London, UK; La Terreza Suena - Madrid, ES
||Tallest Man on Earth; The Handsome Family; Kath Bloom; Gruff Rhys
|Performing Rights Society:
||The Future LP—2011; This Frontier Needs Heroes LP—2009
About the ArtistListening to This Frontier Needs Heroes is like having Brad and Jessica play in your backyard while the sun comes up. With their powerful delivery and delicate harmonies; their songs are full of personal stories of love and longing for a better world.
They have played hundreds of shows across the US and UK with Kath Bloom, She Keeps Bees, Arbouretum, Tallest Man on Earth, and The Handsome Family including several UK festival appearances.
In 2010, they used Kickstarter donations from their growing fan base to fund their follow up album. They decided to leave the studio for a more intimate approach and recorded in an old school house in Wassaic, NY, with engineer Justin Pizzoferrato.
The Future" has wild new songs about all of their rambling experiences including new visions about space, family, heroes, history, and dogs. Now available in CD, MP3, and VINYL includes album art in 3D!
Microphones and a Positive Attitude
Top 10 in Rock Videos, March 2012
Rock Videos Winner, September 2011
Top 40 in Rock Videos, February 2012
All Songs Considered
by This Frontier Needs Heroes is another band that calls the young, indie epicenter, Brooklyn, NY, home. But after hearing the folk group's self-titled debut, you'd think the band was straight out of...
This Frontier Needs Heroes "The Future" CD Review
by This Frontier Needs Heroes’ sophomore release The Future (released May 10th) is my first exposure to the Brooklyn neo-folk duo and this new disc is a striking and mournful walk down the lonely...