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"Evolove to play in SoCal and supporting charitable causes"

There is a famous quote that says, “Words have meaning and names have power.” When choosing to change the name of their band while it was on the brink of ascension, many symbolic words morphed into the perfect moniker for the powerhouse LA-based alternative rock band EVOLOVE.

Evolution and love.

Evocative, as well, with songs themed by loneliness, struggle, delusion and the end of the world.All a far cry from the former Waiting 4 Wyatt, the poppier incarnation that first brought together Lucy Levinsohn (vocals), Billy Berman (bass), Jon Ruiz (guitar) and Jae Wong (drums). W4W was a fixture in high-profile Los Angeles clubs from the Troubadour and the Roxy to House of Blues and the Whiskey. They toured regionally and became a favorite for Hot Topic in-store performances. Their music was featured on shows such as The Hills, Parental Control and Made. But with experience came growth, and that dictated the new direction.

This year, the band reemerged as EVOLOVE, with a much more immediate, but still accessible, sound. EVOLOVE’s first EP, 2012: Countdown to the End, an ode to the pending Mayan prophecy of the global Apocalypse set to occur on December 21, 2012. This five-song taster, which was released in October, demonstrates both the band’s musical influences (Rise Against, Flyleaf, Anberlin, Breaking Benjamin) and its own collective musical prowess. Billy and Jon write the energetic music, and then Lucy delivers reflective pointed lyrics. The collaborative result blossoms on the playful alternative three-chord shuffle of “On The Floor” and on “Let Me In,” a tight-knit power-packed anthem of urgent yearning woven around melodic sensibilities.

While the band is supporting 2012: Countdown to the End, they have also been supporting charitable causes for many years, donating performances to raise money and spirits. In addition to continuing events with the USO and American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life, EVOLOVE will be working with the Keep A Breast foundation.

EVOLOVE is sponsored by Schecter Guitars, Daisy Rock Guitars, Orange Amps, Audix Microphones, Pork Pie Percussion, TRX Cymbals, Silver Fox Drum Sticks, Rock Me Makeup, PIP Printing and Travel Wellness.

For more information, music, pics and videos, visit www.myspace.com/evolovetheband, www.facebook.com/evolovetheband and http://twitter.com/evolovetheband

TOUR DATES
11.24.09 USO Celebrity Thanksgiving Show- LAX Bob Hope USO, Los Angeles, CA
12.2.09 Hot Topic (Topanga Mall), Canoga Park, CA – 7PM 12.06.09 Rock & Roll Marathon - Las Vegas, NV
01.05.10 Pershing Square, Los Angeles, CA

VIDEO
Toyshop Girl
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=396whPvNooM
(Directed by Michael B. Snow. Filmed at Big Kid Collectibles in Van Nuys, CA)
- Mickie's Zoo


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2012: Countdown To The End

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Exploding onto the California pop alternative scene, EVOLOVE is helping to redefine the image of a girl fronted rock band. Hot on the heels of such bands as Paramore and Flyleaf, EVOLOVE has been turning heads and creating fans since the band was formed in late 2009.Fronted by charismatic singer Lucy Levinsohn, the group has created a buzz throughout the West Coast with a very emotionally and physically intense live show. As coined by one of the greatest sportscasters in history, when these 5 friends step on stage, "BOOM goes the dynamite!" After releasing "2010: Countdown To The End", EVOLOVE has since signed a Myspace deal and will be headlining a summer tour,including dates on the west coast leg of the 2010 Vans Warped Tour. The band's style has taken on the role of both Beauty and the Beast, with songs ranging from soft whispery ballads to intense sing-a-long anthems. With a new album in the works, and a tour being booked, expect EVOLOVE to solidify themselves as a major player in the future of the scene.