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Electric Beauty Queen (2012)
- Don't Count On Me plays on CT Radio 104.1



A group that met at the Hartt School of Music in Hartford, Connecticut, Puremotion is only a few years old but has already shot from the local stage, performing to venues as large as the Monster March, a charity event of 4,000 people on Boston City Hall plaza.

Lesser and the Petropulos brothers began playing together in the winter of 2008 performing a set of covers ranging from Pearl Jam to Living Colour at Bishop Guertin Live in Hollis, NH. They continued performing and collaborating as a Trio for the next year until they were asked to play University of Hartford's Spring Fling in 2010. For this show, it was decided a horn section play along. The tenor sax player, Jared Charrette added an unmatched color and flavor to the sound. Charrette performed a few shows in Baltimore with the group until being asked to formally join the group in the Summer of 2010.
Charrette in the mix, the quartet had an umatchably unique sound and set off to perform for anyone and everyone, at any venue under the name LIFTED. They acheived success throughout and even managed to be voted #1 in a country wide competition to perform at Virgin Mobile Fest, selected as a top notch band in Connecticut, 2nd runner up to perform at the Catskill Chill Festival, and opening up for Sammy Adams.

In the Spring of 2012 the group needed to change their name due to copyright issues with a different group. Under the new name Puremotion, the group released their debut album titled Electric Beauty Queen.

It's about Originality. Too many bands have songs with one structure. Puremotion has a dynamic range spanning rock, funk, jam, reggae, and jazz. That's why they have such broad appeal to all types of music fan. Their songs are melodic and catchy, but fully textured, adding saxophone and flute for extra dimension.

Be sure to catch them at your nearest venue!