Exciting news: BMG recently signed alt-pop quartet, Transviolet,
who recently made their more than welcome return with their first new offering of 2018, the vibrant new single, “Bad Intentions.” The Line Of Best Fit hailed it “a spectacular ode,” and Ones To Watch called it an “alt-pop anthem sure to get stuck in your head and stay there.” Check it out HERE.
On Saturday, June 23rd, the band will be headlining Lost Lake Lounge in Denver on their first ever headline tour across the U.S.
About the band:
Transviolet is a female fronted, 4-piece alt pop band living in Los Angeles by-way-of New York. They first gained notoriety after releasing their debut single, “Girls Your Age,” garnering praise from high profile fans such as Katy Perry, Ellie Goulding, and Harry Styles. They went on to tour with Mikky Ekko, Twenty One Pilots, and LANY, in addition to playing the festival circuit, including Governor’s Ball, Firefly, Reading & Leeds, and SXSW. They have also played The Late Late Show with James Corden (twice), The Today Show, and performed for MTV, Billboard, and Rolling Stone. Receiving critical acclaim from Nylon, The Guardian, Billboard, Pigeons & Planes, The Fader, and many more, their sound is somewhere between Imogen Heap, M.I.A., and BORNS, with the band recalling diverse influences such as Sigur Ros, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, and Destiny’s Child.