“…All American Pop-Rockers Romance & Rebellion are the product of four individuals believing that the whole is greater than the sum of its parts. Brought together by Manifest Destiny and unified under the principle that the song is king, songwriter David LaViola (Lead Vocals, Rhythm Guitar), Aaron Medina (Lead Guitar, Harmony Vocals), Kyle Jordan Mueller (Drums), and Brandon Davis (Bass, Harmony Vocals) formed the quartet in late 2015…”

Bio by the band at official website

The city of Angels, Los Angeles has always been a home to music and they continue to be up to this day and the newest addition to the family of musicians to emerge from this wonderful city just got longer with the talent from Romance and Rebellion and their self-titled debut EP.

“We all came to LA looking for something…what we found was each other.”

They not only bring impeccable style (as you can see in the pictures and their website) but they also bring fantastic pop-rock music that is just so pleasing to the ear. The EP is a must have and you must ask for it in your local radio show. The songs are so well executed and they have that past meets present vibe that just makes them so catchy, so unique and just great together. Plus I don’t know what it is, I can’t really put my finger on it, but there is something hidden in the songs, in the lyrics, in the melodies (I think it’s a drop of some punk-rock, but that’s just me …or maybe not).

Each song has that right hook to catch you and turn you into a believer of what Romance and Rebellion can bring to the music scene, plus I enjoy the fact that each of them can stand on it’s own and that’s refreshing because every once in a while there are albums with one or two weak songs that seem a bit rushed but in their case that does not seem to be the case, you can really listen to all the hard work that went into the EP.

So, in the end I give it an applause and I will continue listening to it and turning anyone that has the pleasure of getting in my car into a fan (if that does not work then they can walk, I am just kidding … or maybe not, I haven’t decided)

“…You might be crazy, but that’s the way that I like it…

baby I like it …”

Song: The James Hotel 

PS: Words we guys live by.