Those of you already on our mailing list have a free download of our catchy new ditty, “Lovesick for the World” waiting for you in your inbox!  Anyone else interested in a free MP3 of this song can download it for a limited time through Bandcamp.  It’s also available at iTunes and will soon be available at Amazon and everywhere else digital music is sold.

This hot new single blends the elements of LGG’s signature classic style with a pop-infused melody and an uplifting lyrical message. It’s an easy listen with a great beat and a hint of  throwback to late 70s sunshine pop… perfect for those hot, lazy summer days.

Give it a listen!

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Thanks for your support,
Erika Lloyd

Sunday, June 5th, 2011

Littlefield NYC – 622 Degraw Street, Brooklyn
Art reception FREE – $10 Music – Raffle

Did you know plastic has been slowly accumulating in the NW Pacific to form a garbage mass roughly 2x the size of Texas?! Join us for a night of art & music to reverse the spiral and combat the plastic vortex. Proceeds benefit – an organization who through expeditions, research and education is finding ways to reduce its size and keep plastic from entering the ocean in the first place.

We go on at 7p!  Followed by…

The Robin Electric

Panoramic & True

Whale Belly

Saturday June 4 at 9:30p


627 5th Ave. Brooklyn

Here’s a great photo of Chanticleer, Vince Peterson, and me!  On April 6 at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Chanticleer gave an enchanting performance of our song “Cells Planets.”  To learn more about this event and the musical collaboration, check out this article from NYC Art Scene:

Grammy-Winning Men’s Chorus Features Local Indie Music

In more recent news, we’re currently putting together a new song demo of “Lovesick for the World” and another cover video.  I’ll be sure to keep you posted!

Until then,
Erika Lloyd

Thank you so much to everyone involved in making this video! We’ve been working on it for almost a year and it was well worth it! If one could even call it “work.” I had a blast.

So proud,
Erika Lloyd