Indie pop band Little Monarch recently released their self-titled debut EP, which is available here. “We are all so excited for the release,” the band explains. “This EP is a great representation of our vibe as friends and musicians. Our band’s unique fusion of sound and strong harmonic backbone provides the framework for uplifting and anthemic lyrics and melodies.”
The LittleMonarch EP is the debut release from the trio consisting of an LA native, a New York transplant and a Memphis import who, through a series of odd circumstances, ended up together to form the band.
Singer/songwriter and music teacher Casey K, who also has a jazz album and publishing company among her credits, has been performing solo for years, but felt something was lacking. Ironically, Nick Setter, a Berklee College of Music grad who had interned at the school at which Casey taught, contacted her last year to write songs together. The pair became instant friends and writing partners. Then, somewhere in that process, the duo became a trio, after Casey saw another band one night at the House of Blues and became enamored with their keyboardist, Lanita Smith. The three have been churning out indie pop hit after hit ever since.
The Little Monarch EP is the debut release from Little Monarch. For more information on the band, please visit www.littlemonarch.com.