Lambs Become Lions.
Where are you from?
St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada.
Who is in your band?
Eric Conlon, Justin Jennings, Rob Paulin, Vanessa Lepp, Malcolm Sanderson, and Kenny Holt.
How would you describe yourselves?
We're sort of an indie/pop/rock group. Our music is up-beat enough that tons of metalheads and rockers dig us, but light enough that your parents will enjoy it.
Who are your main influences musically?
Our influences range well across the genre spectrum. We listen and adopt styled from heavier rock genres to country, from folk to R&B... Every style has something to bring to the table, and no one should be limited to just one. That's why we make sure to be open-minded when writing.
What do you hope to achieve in music?
We hope that one day we'll achieve our dreams of writing music that can be shared worldwide loved by many.
What has been the highlight of your career so far, and why?
We've had many awesome moments as a band. This year, we played Van Warped Tour, Canadian Music Week in Toronto, and the St. Catharines S.C.E.N.E. Festival. We've also been played on several radio stations and 3 days from now, we're actually headed on tour out in the East coast provinces of Canada. It's Lambs Become Lions' first tour away from home.
And what’s the moment you want to forget?
Everything we've done has gotten us to this point, so we don't really have many regrets. Our regrets, if any exist, would be small things like... forgetting to bring extra guitar picks or capos to shows.
If you had to choose just one of your songs to represent your music, what would it be and why?
Based on crowds' responses, it'd probably be Lake Ontario from our first EP Cicada. It's the song everyone knows and requests, and there is always someone singing along. If not Lake Ontario, then Someone Else's Dream, which is on our second EP Clear Eyes, Full Hearts, Can't Lose.
Where can we listen to it?
You can hear both albums at lambsbecomelionsband.bandcamp.
Where can we find out more about your music?
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