Lombardy – Hurricane

Lombardy brings a unique style and sound to the alternative rock scene with “Hurricane”. The guitars are very heavy and so enjoyable, the drums and bass are great and the melodies are very creative and unique. Drawing inspiration from bands like Pearl Jam and Rage Against the Machine, “Hurricane” is a combination that distills a delicate ardor and an intimate fiery rhythm. Multiplying the disturbing and catch swings, this amazing song creates irresistible crescendos. If you are looking for a little break for an enchanted escape, dive into “Hurricane” and let yourself be carried away.

Consisting of Jonathan Plevyak, Mike Scott, Nick Stafford, and Ryan Rasmussen, Lombardy was formed in September 2020 during an evening out celebrating Rasmussen’s 19th birthday over pizza and Rage Against The Machine. All the boys have their own solo careers/projects, but thought it would be rewarding and fun to start a collective project bringing together a new sound in rock music. Eight songs and a recording session in Florida later, Lombardy and their upcoming debut LP was born!
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