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The best kept secret in music

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"These Guys Are Amazing"

These guys are amazing...I go see them every time they play. LeAnne's voice is so beautiful and the energy they put out is incredible. I love all the songs. Highly recommended. - JuliaBrown.com


"I LIVE ON EARTH at Greek Carnival, 2003"

The highlight, though, was I Live On Earth, a band from New York City that put on a blistering set near the end.  Their songs included  crunching rockers, big, orchestrated ballads, even what sounded like a tango(!) all fronted by a fabulous singer with a rangy, emotional voice and style that made me think of Sarah McGlachlan on X. Can't wait to see them again! - The Daily Orange, Syracuse University


"ILOvE I.L.O.E."

This band is VERY hot.  I listened to their EP over and over and was still surprised at what I heard next. Stompin' drums, barbaric guitars, outerspace keys and a singer...oh that voice...  Even their pre-requisite "soft side" ballads were off the hook.  A must hear at all costs. - The Stump, UK


Discography

EP: ILiveOnEarth

Album: BROKEN STAINED GLASS

Singles:
FALLING DOWN
WIRED
BROKEN STAINED GLASS
BLOOD WHEREVER

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Bio

ILiveOnEarth started forming in 2002 when Anthony Sepulveda, songwriter and former bassist of the NYC underground legends The False Prophets, and extraordinary NYC vocalist and songwriter LeAnne Broas, met and started writing songs together. As they developed their sound, which combined a love of soaring melodies, thoughtful yet edgy lyrics and driving rhythms, drummer Justin King and keyboardist Alla Farberova joined and together they have been creating a new sound that combines the vocal mastery of Natalie Merchant and Sarah McGlachlan with the passion and power of Radiohead, My Bloody Valentine, Blur, Jeff Buckley and U2. Every song is memorable and their wide ranging interests in sounds and styles keeps the listener eager for what's coming next. You must hear this band.