Pittsfield, MA (PressExposure) April 13, 2008 -- Missing Beat Music is proud to announce that Swedish pop band La Fleur Fatale has selected Missing Beat to represent them in the US. La Fleur Fatale is hot off their first album, Night Generation, released late in 2007.
Night Generation including a hit single of the same name, is reminiscent of the late 60s psychedelic sound with a very modern groove. The sound is exploding all over Europe and is arriving in the States just in time for the new generation of young people fascinated with that era yet seeking something totally new.
âWe could not be more excited about La Fleur Fataleâ, says Missing Beat CEO David Pollard. âThe sound is simply incredible in any era and will be irresistible to anybody interested in that late 60s sound brought up to 2008 song writing and production standardsâ.
Missing Beat Music has launched a new website, http://www.swedishinvasion.com, to promote La Fleur Fatale in the US. Missing Beat will be heavily promoting La Fleur Fatale throughout 2008 in anticipation of a US tour in 2009.
La Fleur Fataleâs manager, affectionately know as Papa Bear chimes in, âMissing Beat instantly felt like the right people to carry on the work in the right way in the US. The boys and I are stoked to be working with Missing Beat to extend the flowers of our vision to America.â
âWe believe La Fleur Fatale and the emerging Swedish sound will take the US by storm,â Pollard continued. âYoung people are ready for something completely different having been inundated with over produced and over hyped pop-lite coming from the US.â
Missing Beat Music is a new age music company focused on helping Independent artists get to market in an era without attractive major label support. Missing Beat specializes in leveraging the internet as a promotional tool to create markets for their artistâs music. Missing Beat owns MuzikReviews (www.muzikreviews.com), an online music magazine and PR company as well as MyBandsMusic.com (www.mybandsmusic.com) an Indie music social networking site.