“…rockin', melodic songs delivered by two powerhouse singers… magnificent tunes and serious vocal chops… they're damned near flawless.” – The Noise
Fiery rock n’ roll band Aloud is known for their two lead singers, tight male/female vocals, exceptionally strong songwriting, and energy-filled live performances. Lead vocalists/guitarists Jen de la Osa and Henry Beguiristain have been writing songs together since their early teens, and have crafted the passionate rock n’ roll sound of Aloud with bassist Roy Fontaine and drummer Ross Lohr. The critically acclaimed foursome are based in Boston, MA and perform regularly throughout the east coast and beyond.
Fan the Fury is Aloud’s sophomore album on the band’s own Lemon Merchant Records. The CD is the first release written by all four members of Aloud. Fan The Fury is an emotionally charged dichotomy of passionate rebellion and contemplative acceptance. Aloud delivers driving grooves and dynamic melodies wrapped up in themes of struggle, perseverance, injustice and love. From the forceful rallying call of the title track, to the frustrated anger of ‘Sometimes I Feel Like A Vampire’, the hopeful anthem ‘Backs to the Wall’, and the weary but enlightened affirmation of ‘Justice and Forgiveness’, Fan the Fury is a twenty-somethings’ coming-of-age reflection on a not-so-perfect world.
Aloud recorded Fan the Fury as a follow up to their 2006 release Leave Your Light On and their 2004 EP The Sooner It Comes.