Rising alt-rock band Liily, a crew of teenagers hailing from deep in the San Fernando Valley, are premiering the lo-fi music video for their latest single “Sepulveda Basin” today. The band shares, “this video is about a place we all spent a lot of time in when we were kids and bored out of our minds and looking for friends and something / anything to do.”
“Sepulveda Basin” follows their two breakout tracks “Toro” and “Sold” from 2018, both which will appear on their forthcoming debut EP I Can Fool Anybody In This Town, due out on March 8 via Southern California-based indie label Flush Records.
The EP will follow a string of tour dates across the US with Glorious Sons, and comes just in time for their mid-March performance at SXSW. The band just wrapped their sold out 4-date festival Brekfest at The Echo in Los Angeles, presented by Flush Records, KLOS’ Check One…Two, and Spaceland. Brekfest also included performances from some of LA’s finest like Starcrawler, Skating Polly, Death Valley Girls, Plague Vendor, Deap Vally, and Superet.
Liily’s live shows reflect an almost rare intensity; it’s the sound of a gang of teenagers kicking the shit out of every room they play. Audiences of often under-aged kids turn up to dance and absolutely tear the place apart alongside the band.