The Wisconsin quartet released their debut album on DREAM Records I Don’t Want To Dance earlier this year. The next single to be taken from the new record will be ‘Let’s Make It Loud,’ which is now available. The guys have been busy during the summer festival season performing in front of thousands of fans and will continue their run afterwards with Shonlock and Abandon.
“We’ve been having the time of our life on tour this summer and we can’t wait to end it BIG with our friends Shonlock and Abandon!”, says Dominic Gibbs.
Take a listen to “Let’s Make It Loud” by clicking on the picture below.
Tour Dates (more to be announced):
July 18 – Neshkoro, WI
July 19 – Neshkoro, WI
August 2 – Dillsburg PA *
August 3 – Doylestown PA *
August 4 – Buffalo, NY
August 7 – Fairbault MN *
August 9 – Muskegon MI *
August 16 – Cavalier SD
August 29 – Joplin MO
August 31 – Boonville IN *
* With Shonlock & Abandon
For more information about Loftland’s tour dates visit their Facebook page here.
To pick up their album, I Don’t Want To Dance text: “Loftland” to 51555 or pick it up on iTunes by clicking the album cover below.
Story Source: DREAM Records
Read our review of I Don’t Want to Dance here.
ABOUT DREAM RECORDS:
DREAM was founded in 2008 to provide artists with a genuine approach to how real artist development should be done. By allowing for a partnership as a business model, Dream’s artists empower themselves to develop and carry out a real vision for their lives as they affect other people’s lives with their music and message. Incorporating social media, press, radio and touring it’s allowing it’s artists grow together as a family.
Loftland, the Wisconsin based pop band, fuses honest and uplifting lyrics with inescapably infectious hooks that are sure to stick in your head for days on end. Backed by a frenetic live show, you simply can’t help getting caught up in the overwhelming sense of passion and purpose radiating from these four young men. The band is comprised of brothers Dominic and Tanner Gibbs, Ben Pepin, and Joey McGuire and has a median age of just 22 years. The future for this fresh-faced group only looks brighter with each step forward.