The Lovers Key: VIDEO

VIDEO: The Lovers Key – “Who’s The One You Love?”

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ALTSounds – From the musical mastermind behind the critically acclaimed band The Postmarks, Christopher Moll brings his distinct talent and vision to his latest work – The Lovers Key. The Lovers Key are pleased to announce the arrival of their debut album, Here Today Gone Tomorrow, which was praised by AllMusic as “tunes that capture the sound and the feel of vintage R&B with impressive accuracy, even as they add a subtle undercurrent of contemporary pop to the production and arrangements.”…

The Lovers Key: PREMIER

PREMIER: The Lovers Key – “Who’s The One You Love?” Video

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Culture Collide – New project from Christopher Moll (formerly of The Postmarks) is The Lovers Key. He recruited vocalist Maco Monthervil to bring a soulful, Motown vibe to the mix — and boy, did he. You’ll dig it for the classic R&B sound mixed with a dose of pop. Their debut LP Here Today Gone Tomorrow is due out September 23…

The Lovers Key: REVIEW

REVIEW: Album Of The Week: The Lovers Key’s “Here Today Gone Tomorrow”

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Motif Magazine – These days there are only a handful of musicians that really have the classic Motown sound. A modern take on the style can be best exemplified by diving into the tunes of The Lovers Key, a spectacular neo-soul act from Pompano Beach, Fla., who have a new album currently out called Here Today Gone Tomorrow. Ranging from mover shakers to sensual ballads, this album timeless and genuine is the bees knees if you’re looking for something contemporary that has a vintage vibe…

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