LETLIVE is Having an Art Show in LA

by | Jun 2, 2016

That’s one great way to get your music out there: have an art show — with killer artists. Letlive are doing that for their new album If I’m the Devil… in Los Angeles next week.

It’s an art show (and album release party!) that’ll feature work from lots of people you know, including Daniel P. Carter (BBC Radio 1 & The Bloodhound Gang), Aric Improta of Night Verses, Joel Birch of The Amity Affliction, and a whole bunch others.

Get this. Each artist was given a specific track to create art for, and it’ll all be on display June 10th at Lethal Amounts — 1226 W. 7th Street.

Other things that are dope: the event is free, their new album will be available for sale, plus profits made from the silent auction will go to Inner-City Arts and A Better LA.

Letlive’s new album If I’m the Devil… comes out on June 10th.

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