LAKESHORE Covers Puddle Of Mudd’s ‘Blurry’ : Edge of empathy and warmth to the production.

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Covering Puddle Of Mudd’s classic single ‘Blurry’, Lakeshore keeps is in that realm with an edge of empathy and warmth to the production. The original debuted in 2001 with critical and popular accolades. And when you hear it again through Lakeshore, the essence of the song hooks you right in like it was the first time.

Lakeshore’s latest endeavor ‘OK, Psychopath’ was recorded by Sahaj Ticotin (Motley Crue, Starset). Combining a new sound with the heart of their predecessors. Lakeshore delivers a new modern take on todays rock music. They have obtained not only a cult like grass roots following from their live touring schedule and festivals like warped tour, but also have gathered a strong fervent social media following that has stuck with them ever since the announcement of the project.

The band is comprised of vocalist Jesse Doran, Ben Lionetti on guitar, with brother Joe Lionetti on Drums, both hailing from New Fairfield, CT. Bassist Chris Segovia and lead guitarist Mitch LoBuglio, long time friends from Newtown, CT

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