Staying strong on the promise of their 2014 rebranding, the new Messenger album promises to be another eclectic experience for listeners waiting for more of the iconic sounds from the 80s
Los Angeles, California – August 8th, 2021- Messenger returns with a new retro-album entitled ” In the Beginning “. A collection of some of their mid 80’s songs sure to dazzle both viewers and listeners of their act alike. With ” In the Beginning ” set to hit the shelves soon, the signature sound of messenger sure to astound listeners once again. Ever since returning from their hiatus in 2014, Messenger has aimed to innovate the R&B scene. Taking inspiration from the R&B of the 80s and the 90s, Messenger has not let itself be confined to a single genre as it also takes inspiration from the sound of funky r & b, as well as the titans of rock such as Bruce Springsteen. Fusing these sounds in order to create a truly unique beast, Messenger has done it once again with their upcoming album release, ” In the Beginning “.
With their previous album “Messenger is Back”, Messenger aimed to master their new sound with infusing smooth jazz to their unique r &b style. The album features the beautiful ballad ” You say you love me “. Their listeners are sure to sway their feet to the melodic sounds of the band, as they feel the cumulative efforts of decades of mystical mastery come towards them. Since the ’80s, Messenger has spoken to their listeners by connecting with them on a more cerebral, and personal level. And now through their new album ” In the Beginning ” they take you back to their original roots with the use of thumping grooves from their earliest tunes, designed for dancing; it is a staple that Messenger hopes to continue with, releasing videos of the song ” Shotgun ” from the movie The Brotherhood of Justice. The movie stars Keanu Reeves, Kiefer Sutherland, Lori Loughlin and Billy Zane from 1987.
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Breaking into the L.A. music scene in the mid 80s, Messenger is not your typical indie band, having a history that dates back decades. As Messenger found success in the various clubs and festivals of L.A. without even having an album or song to their name. Soon to be featured in a Hollywood production’s soundtrack from the movie Death Spa with the song “Right Behind You”, Messenger was on its way to finding success. Attracting listeners to them was their electrical feel, which was infectious towards the listeners as well as their intoxicating stage performance.
The band would however, disband in the early 90s. However as of 2014 Messenger is officially back with a bang releasing new music, with their latest album, ” In the Beginning ” on the way.
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