Here Are The Lions
This is great alt, electronica, dance music with a healthy drop of urban groove. Alternative Rock group (with DNA of electronic and urban music), Here Are The Lions, are releasing their debut album,September 2018. Under the musical guidance of Bernard-P. Boyer, Here Are The Lions is a collaboration of multiple musicians from around the world, coming together to create a euphoric musical experience. HATL was supported by talented engineers Kenta Yonesaka, from Germano Studios, Paul Norris of Metropolis, and great musicians, such as Manu Katché, in London, New York, Brussels, and Paris. The album was created to incite change, which is carried through their single, “Unsatisfied”, a mid-tempo electronic alt-rock track about the faces we show the world. “Unsatisfied” is a funky tune with a message, like most of Here Are The Lions’ music. What gets me excited is the vocals: We have this great baritone voice sounding familiar yet so original. There is so much more to life than TV and internet media. Music will help you grow. And I had to quote their bio on the genesis of the name. It tells you all you need to know:
The name of the group, “Here Are The Lions”, derives from from the practice of cartographers from Roman and Medieval Times. When expanding territories in maps, the phrase “here are the lions” was used to signify undiscovered land. It indicates the both the perils of ignorance and the challenges of the unknown. The band uses this to symbolize their venture into undiscovered genre collaboration with in their influences and their challenges to create thought-provoking, emotional music.