La For Another

La For Another


La For Another combines 90s Pop Punk with Alternative Rock to get a unique sound that is hard to come by, especially from four girls! These ladies didn't start just for fame and riches, but they genuinely have a passion for music, love what they do, and hope to inspire others of any age or gender.


In 2007, lead guitarist and songwriter Alivia met drummer Rachael through a flyer at a local rock climbing center. They jammed covers and wrote a few songs before finding bassist Delaney in March of 2008 through Facebook. Tara found the band through a Craigslist ad and solidified the line up as a rhythm guitarist in January 2009. After going through two singers, Alivia stepped up and took over lead vocals. With combined influences of Punk, Rock, Pop/Punk, and a little bit of everything else, La For Another creates a sound that can catch everyone's attention and have them singing along in no time. The four piece has been successful in the Baltimore area and has played most of the major venues around town including, Recher Theatre, The Quarter at Bourbon Street, Sonar, and Rams Head Live. 98 Rock's Matt Davis has featured La For Another on his local music show, Noise in the Basement, multiple times including three live interviews with airplay and a show at Fletchers as well one at The Quarter. They have well over 50 shows under their belt with well known local bands as well as a few national acts including Mercy Mercedes, Rookie of the Year, and Eye Alaska. The young ladies have drawn over 100 fans to shows of all ages and genders. In late 2009, the 7 song EP titled "Not Dolls, Action Figures" was released and can be purchased at any show or on iTunes. With their catchy songs and covers, such as Rihanna's Shut up and Drive, everyone is bound to have an amazing time watching these talented ladies at a La concert.


"Not Dolls, Action Figures" (2009)
1. Good Girl
2. Conspiracy
3. Dodging Traffic
4. Lullaby
5. Invincible
6. 695
7. Speak

Set List

Good Girl
Maroon and White
Shut up and Drive (Cover)
Dodging Traffic