After the huge North-American premiere via The Revue,
‘Rachel Walks By The Sea‘ is featured again on an exclusive premiere via Noisey.
Read & Watch → http://noisey.vice.com/it/video-premiere/lilies-on-mars-rachel-walks-by-the-sea
A wonderful way to announce the forthcoming Spring Tour, isn’t it?
Catch the girls in Roma, Eboli, Napoli, Benevento and more…
26/04 • Roma • Sparwasser
27/04 • Eboli • Buatt
28/04 • Napoli • Museo del Sottosuolo
29/04 • Benvento • Morgana
We are proud and excited to announce the white vinyl special edition of ∆GO will be out on 26th February!
Worldwide distribution is handled by Cargo Records UK.
CDs, vinyls & merch still available on our official Bandcamp Store.
The same day Lilies on Mars will play an exclusive live in-store at Rough Trade East London
thus introducing their upcoming 2016 tour in Italy:
02.03 • Diagonal – Forlì
03.03 • Moog Slow – Ravenna
04.04 • Arterìa – Bologna
05.05 • Brenta Wave – Fontaniva
More dates coming soon!
«The subsequent nine tracks have given Lilies On Mars a quite stunning,
and often beautiful album. Sounding almost like an early 80s alternative synth album,
the girls have given the songs a truly modern twist.» – Louderthanwar
Lady Sometimes Records second full-length release
by Lilies In Mars
is now available on our official Bandcamp Store.
If you like it, you can order your physical one of the record in CD [handmade silky paper, includes a booklet + a hand printed bookmark with a downloading code] or VINYL [coming really soon! in a hand numbered, limited edition of 500, colour opaque white, downloading code]
Album is distributed worldwide via Cargo Records UK, so go check your local store!
Also available on
All songs on ‘∆GO‘ were written from edited improvisations and immediately recorded, whilst post production is also a key element in the whole creative process.
Retro-futurist, psychedelic and cosmic pop elements are accentuated on this record. At times uplifting, at times drone- and Kraut-like. They are strongly influenced by primitive electronic experimentalists and pioneers such as Delia Derbyshire and Daphne Oram of The BBC Radiophonic Workshop.
The title ‘∆GO‘ symbolises the retro-futurist concept; without context the word becomes abstract and helps to weave together the past and future (AGO also means needle in Italian). It can be read as AGO as used in story telling of times ‘long ago’ or as A GO, as if giving a go at something new in the future. Equally, the lines of Lisa and Marina’s distorted silhouettes on both album cover artwork and ‘Dancing Star’ video, inspired by Rutt-Etra-Izer, provides a visual representation.