Boston's Lansdowne return with Medicine, an alternative rock album which blurs the boundaries between rock and modern metal.
All twelve songs that make up Lansdowne's Medicine are the proof that no rock fan in this world can pass up on this band. Tracks like "Medicine" and "Halo" offer a great mixture of catchy rock vocals, well-placed synthesizers and heavy modern metal guitars. With songs licensed to WWE, MTV, NFL, MLB, MLS and iRobot, Lansdowne's music has already reached the U.S. and have already received more than 100 million streams and views across various platforms. The band has been quite busy on the road as well, having toured with bands like Buckcherry, Creed and Pop Evil.
Comprised of Jon Ricci (vocals), Shaun Lichtenstein (lead guitar/vocals), Glenn Mungo (drums), Josh Waterman (guitar/vocals), and Mike LaRoche (bass), Lansdowne has been a force to be reckoned with ever since emerging into the music scene in 2006. In their 15+ years as a band, they have achieved two Billboard charting radio singles, over 100 million streams/views across various platforms.
Lansdowne built their name the old fashioned way – on the road, having performed countless shows internationally, including a 2007 tour for the troops across Kyrgyzstan, Afghanistan, and Kuwait, as well as sharing the stage with rock heavyweights such as Theory of a Deadman, Puddle of Mudd, Creed, Black Stone Cherry, Pop Evil, and more.