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The Love Dimension: The Answer to San Francisco’s Musical Past and Future Celebrate Two New Singles, One Music Video and an Album Release Show

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

createSacred psychedelic revivalist band, The Love Dimension is a San Francisco based band whose sound is seamlessly influenced by San Francisco’s psychedelic golden era, blending positive lyrics with energetic and lovecentric vibes that creates an invigorating experience for listeners and show attendees.

While the band is currently embarking on an Indiegogo campaign to complete the distribution of their upcoming full length album, Create and Consume, the band is simultaneously celebrating the release of a new music video for one of their new singles, Messenger of Love.

Got Gratitude is a standalone single that reveals a heavier surf rock side to the band that is high energy and incredibly danceable. The Love Dimension’s music evolves and just gets better and better.

Having just rocked audiences out of their minds at the 37th Annual Haight Ashbury Street Fair, and at the Down Dirty Shake’s Residency at the Milk Bar earlier this summer, The Love Dimension will be celebrating their official album release show on September 4th at the Chapel in San Francisco with Trainwreck Riders and Lee Gallagher and the Hallelujah. Visuals will be done by the world famous psychedelic light show artist, Mad Alchemy

Attend
The Chapel Album Release Show on September 4th at The Chapel
http://www.thechapelsf.com/event/622131-love-dimension-record-release-san-francisco/

Listen
Messenger of Love: http://bit.ly/1qPMFpO

Watch
Messenger of Love (Official Music Video): http://bit.ly/1ry7rvo

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