The Charm City based four piece draws comparisons to such acts as The Rentals, Reggie and the Full Effect, The Anniversary, and even The Cars, but ultimately builds a synth-rock/power-pop sound that is all their own. After 4 years and numerous lineup changes, the band has finally found the perfect sound, as showcased in their 2006 release “The Art of Distraction.” Building on the foundation heard in their 2003 debut EP “What He Doesn't Know Won't Hurt Him,” the album takes Karmella's Game's sound to the next stage, featuring a level of songwriting craftsmanship that is all too rarely heard in today’s musical scene. This is evident on such sure-fire hits as “A Lullabye,” “Skip the Funeral,” and “Safely Negative,” to name just a few. From the first note to the last your toes will be tapping, and the “play” button will inevitably be pressed again and again. A band that must be seen live to be truly appreciated, Karmella’s Game wins over virtually every audience they perform for. Heads bob, hands clap, and spontaneous dancing breaks out virtually every night as they play hit after hit.
They’ve toured all over the eastern half of the country, and have been fortunate enough to share the stage with lots of amazing bands, many of which you may have heard of. But then, none of this really matters - listen to the songs and decide for yourself. To book Karmella's Game, or for any other inquiries, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. “What He Doesn’t Know Won’t Hurt Him” and “The Art of Distraction” are released by Speedbump Recordings. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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