Glen Landing wants to be everywhere: across America and overseas; on a stage and on your shirt; in your ears, eyes and mouth. With Bubblegum, their new single, the Philadelphia, PA-based indie/pop-rock band (partly by way of Minsk, Belarus) is getting closer with each bite.
The song was produced by David Ivory (The Roots, Patti LaBelle) and features Chuck Treece (Bad Brains, Billy Joel, G Love & Special Sauce). It has been receiving airplay on college, Clear Channel, and internet radio stations in Pennsylvania and Delaware.
The band is Ania Aliaksandrava on a range of keyboard instruments like the Wurlizter piano and Fender Rhodes bass, and guitarist/singer Dan Hammond. They play regularly in Philadelphia, PA, shared the stage with The Movement and Belarusian superstars N.R.M., and have played the Dewey Beach Music Festival and Conference, Millennium Music Conference, and Cape May Music Conference.
Aurally, they’re a cocktail of Aliaksandrava‘s formal music training as a child in Eastern Europe, and Hammond’s ascension through various rock and pop bands in the U.S. Visually, they are the result of Aliaksandrava’s fashion sense, which informs their lushly decorated onstage amps and instruments, stylized videos, and upcoming t-shirt line. And, my, that Bubblegum sure is sweet. [+]