DYNAMIC ROCK BAND LOLITA PAY RESPECT TO LOST INDUSTRY LEADERS (CORNELL, BOWIE, PETTY) IN NEW SINGLE “SATELLITE”
Born out of the folk foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Virginia, Lolita is a hard rock band that pushes limits of the rock genre with their powerful hooks and soulful melodies. Today, the band has released their second single “Satellite” from their upcoming new record. Featuring an intriguing introduction, the single pays tribute to the music industry’s late legends, from Tom Petty to Chris Cornell.

“Satellite was written around the idea of losing mentors, heros, and the inspirational figures that helped shape who you are. Written in the wake of Cornell, Petty, and Bowie deaths among others, we felt really connected to the space they left empty when they left this earth. There’s a line in the chorus referencing them: ‘the free fallin’ ones, blackhole suns and stardust gone, you saved my life, now heavens gaining one’.” – Lolita

Lolita was first conceptualized by frontman Will Nealy and bassist Jeff White nearly a decade ago when the two friends united over a shared passion for bringing a new style of music to the monotony of Charlottesville’s traditional sound. They envisioned a rock band that respected the pioneers of the genre while simultaneously presenting an entirely new manifestation of musical movement.

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