In Loving Memory | Diamonds Under Pressure

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Diamonds Under Pressure

by In Loving Memory

Forward thinking Urban-Alternative
Genre: Pop: Pop/Rock
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1. On My Way
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2. D.U.P.
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3. Overwhelmed
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4. Questions
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5. Rinse and Repeat
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6. Slave
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
In Loving Memory is a story of the modern American dream. Originally the solo project of vocalist Naveed Stone, a first-generation American born to immigrant Bangladeshi parents in Queens, New York, In Loving Memory's purpose is to shatter stereotypes and empower everyone to do the same. Stone declares, “I want to be one of the first brown faces in a predominantly white music industry. I want to be that role model for the next generation that I lacked when I was growing up."

Naveed turned his solo project into a band in 2014 with the addition of multi-instrumentalist Thomas Diognardi and now-ex guitarists who all found him through his Youtube channel. The group quickly rose to prominence in the NYC scene, even headlining iconic venues such as Gramercy Theater. The now 2-piece have since matured and crafted a new genre of their own: a sound they call Urban-Alternative.

The scope of the phrase “Urban-Alternative” becomes immediately clear when listening to In Loving Memory’s new single “Vixen”. A refreshingly unique take on unhealthy relationships, the song kicks off with an alternative rock groove reminiscent of Twenty One Pilots before being led by Stone’s smooth yet powerful R&B-pop infused vocals.

With much more new music to come out in 2019, the duo has no intentions of losing the momentum they have begun to build. They have the skill, passion, and savvy to make a profound impact on music and culture at large.

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