These ladies are big lovers of Thin Lizzy and Queenbut sounds like a hard rock version of Bangles. Lillix are:Tasha Ray Evin (17) on vocals,guitar ,her older sister Lacey Lee Evin (19) on keyb and vocals, Louise Burns (17) on bass,vocals and Kim Urhahn (23) on drums. They sure do can sing harmonies and mixed up with rough guitars, it?s a wonderful combination and sounds far more fun to listen to than Michelle Branch and Avril Lavigne.........I only feel that they are too much Alanis Morrissette clones,with Lillix on the other hand:they play hard pop with great harmony vocals like putting Wilson/Phillips together with The Runaways,you remember them now don?t ya?!....ch ch ch cherry booooooomb!
When will a band do a cover of that splendid tune?,I think Lillix could be the answer for my question. The girls did a demo produced by Glen Ballard that got them signed to Maverick ,and the song "24/7" from that demo ended up on "Falling uphill". The first single "It?s about time" is not the best song on their debut,ohno that song feels rather ordinary,there are better stuff with glow like the opening track "Tomorrow" that sounds like a major hit all over the globe or the more rocking "Sick".
?Fork in the road? has some real cool harmony changes and is a contender for the next single just like the 70?s sounding ?What I like?(hitwarning),Rick Springfield meets B 52?s?.yeah,I?m serious. My fave is "Dirty sunshine",it?s a goodie for sure with both a remarkable strong verse and refrain. When everyone seems to go modernpunk, Lillix does the right thing flirting with pop and hard rock....go girls.