The music of LA VIE resides where the bright city lights of rock and roll fade so eloquently into the countryside of folk music. Characterized by strong lyrical hooks and unforgettable melodies, with a live performance that moves across the stage like a hurricane. The band was recently featured in the Indie Spotlight on the front page of Youtube, and every show in their hometown of Los Angeles, CA is at full capacity. Their debut self-titled EP was produced by Andrew Dixon (Colbie Caillat, Augustana). They took a more international approach to their 2nd EP, titled 'Redemption Day', which was produced by Fredrik Eriksson in Los Angeles, Stockholm, and London. The album was completed in less than three weeks leading up to it's release on May 28, 2011, when the band performed live in the UK for millions of people on the Dermot O'Leary show on BBC Radio 2. They have since turned their recent radio notoriety into a successful touring schedule both in the states on overseas, having spent much of the spring performing all over Europe. The band put out both of their studio EPs as a 'Dual-EP' package, donating a percentage of the sales to the Rubicon Team, a disaster relief organization based out of Los Angeles, California. LA VIE has also partnered with the global peace movement ‘Peace One Day’, having donated their song (titled ‘Peace One Day’) to the campaign in order to raise awareness for the cause. LA VIE is all at once a throwback to the old days and a fresh look towards the future with their grassroots approach to creating music and building their career. There is an endearing timelessness to their songs that all the while underscores their affinity for big pop rock music and the mystical qualities of writing universally understood messages.