Four years after their critically acclaimed debut album 'Control Freaks', Newcastle-based Sirens return with their much anticipated second album 'Say Goodbye To LA LA Land'. They may have lost a member, but none of their confidence, talent or determination is gone, and they return even bolder than before.
The past four years have found the band (Karina, Katherine and Lea) writing around the world with Wayne Rodrigues (Christina Aguilera, Natasha Bedingfield), Ryan Tedder (Leona Lewis' #1 worldwide smash hit 'Bleeding Love', OneRepublic), D-Roc (The Game) and DC Joseph (Akon. Sirens debut album 'Control Freaks') and the girls are now ready to break into the mainstream with their infectious, hip-hop tinged cuts. Highlights include 'Crybaby', 'Smoke My Cigar', 'Build A Bridge', the Ryan Tedder penned 'Own Thing' and the lead single 'Club LA LA'.
While the girls bring plenty of attitude to the table they can also slow it down and on tracks like 'Build A Bridge' and the honest 'Little Girl' they show the softer side of the group, involving subjects such as broken homes - something close to the members hearts. As soon as the tempo slows down it builds up again with tracks like 'Rockstar' and 'E-A-S-Y' - anthems that wouldn't be out of place blasting on many peoples car stereos.
If you enjoy all-girl r'n'b with a big hint of hip-pop, full of attitude, style and personality then 'Say Goodbye To LA LA Land' is just the record for you.
This is no girl-group, Sirens are a 3-piece woman force of nature ready to take on the world with their sassy hooks and undeniable beauty - so ring the alarm and warn everyone - because Sirens are taking no prisoners.