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Los Angeles based Alt-Rock newcomers, Trope have unveiled the first single, Lambs, from their forthcoming debut album Eleutheromania to be released later in 2019 
via Golden Robot Records ahead of their dates with Kings X and The Cult. 

With its hypnotic bass guitar hook and ocean-sized rolling riff underpinning the incredibly powerful vocals of Diana Studenberg, Lambs is the perfect appetiser for an album
full of modern rock masterpieces.

Watch the video below;

While reminiscent of A Perfect Circle or Tool with female vocals, Trope are much more than that.

Their rich textures push them into progressive realms while their melodies keep them rooted in the alternative rock world. Meaning they are just at home playing a track with a dozen time changes or a four on the floor belter. Making their live show
a jaw-dropping experience.

Trope formed in 2016 when guitarist/producer Dave Thompson showed vocalist Diana Studenberg the embryo of what came to be their first song, Lambs.

The duo spent the next 2 years writing and recording while searching for bandmates who could keep up with the constant time signature changes and feel of their music.

Trope’s sound not only caught the ear of everyone at Golden Robot Records, it also got the attention of studio legend Mike Fraser (AC/DC, Metallica) who engineered the band’s forthcoming debut, Eleutheromania, with Thompson at the helm producing.

David Bottrill (Tool, Peter Gabriel) consulted on the album and mixed it, while Ted Jensen (Green Day, The Eagles) mastered the final product.

Trope have also confirmed they will be opening for rock legends, The Cult next month and will be supporting the iconic King’s X on an 18 date European tour in Sept!

Find out more info on Trope, here.

Trope – Paul Lee © 2019



Oran O’Beirne 2019