Pittsfield, MA (PressExposure) September 03, 2008 -- La Fleur Fatale, the Swedish rock-pop sensations, have been garnering rave reviews and increasing their following in Europe with their sights set on the U.S. for 2009.
Most recently La Fleur Fatale received reviews from popular rock publications. Classic Rock Magazine gave Night Generation an 8/10 and Hugh Felder said âThey even boast an impressive arsenal of melodic hooks, all dressed up in tight harmonies.â
Rock ânâ Reel! gave the album 4/5 and prompted reviewer Gary Ranson to say âTheir evident humility is unnecessary given the quality of their songwriting.â
In addition to the outstanding reviews a recent AP review passed 1 million readers, while their music aired in Canada, UK and Germany. In November of this year "Sunshine Underground" will be included in the Paste Beat Show that is aired on all American Airlines flights all over the globe, reaching like 4 million travelers.
La Fleur Fatale is no stranger to the silver screen either, this year their music was featured in a short movie about the windsurfer Marcilio Browne. At one point you could not view the movie due the enormous traffic the site was receiving for the video. If you go to http://www.mistral.com you can check it out.
La Fleur Fatale is represented by Missing Beat in the U.S. and they are planning a tour some time in 2009 for the band and expect an exciting event filled welcome for the Swedish Invasion. The band is also hard at work in the studio recording their highly anticipated second album. Visit the La Fleur Fatale website http://www.lafleurfatale.com for ongoing news and events.
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