Jeff Lake & Cellophane Flowers
Singer/songwriter Jeff Lake teams up with Grammy-nominated violinist Susan Aquila and company, to form Cellophane Flowers — a neo-classical spin on the music of the Fab Four.
The group has released a new music video in support of their psychedelic mashup Within You Without You/Tomorrow Never Knows — which can be found on the Dreamworks/ Universal Film Shrek soundtrack playlist on Spotify alongside artists such as Smashmouth, Counting Crows, Fergie, Harry Chapin, Lionel Richie, Macy Gray, The Carpenters, & the Beastie Boys among others:
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The production here is in stark contrast to the group’s album title track, Penny Lane, which offers a minimalistic baroque-era approach — string quartet & voice.
Indeed, this track is now featured on Disney’s Zombie soundtrack playlist — also on Spotify.
Furthermore, Jeff Lake was honored to play a virtual birthday bash on 6/18/21 in honor of Sir Paul McCartney’s 79th birthday.
The Spotify placements, along with a growing social media presence and monthly virtual gigs on the Beatles Fest Facebook site — have resulted in 12,250 monthly followers at present.
The Penny Lane collection is available on CD at Amazon, Walmart, Barne’s & Noble, & Tower Records. It’s also available on streaming services such as Spotify, Apple Music, & Deezer, as well as digital download at the iTunes store.
Look for Jeff Lake’s new EP, Field of Grass to be released internationally via The Orchard later this summer.
More about Cellophane Flowers:
Founded by singer-songwriter Jeff Lake in 2015, Cellophane Flowers began by playing venues in NYC such as The Bitter End, & The Slipper Room, before becoming a mainstay with the annual Fest For Beatle Fans.
A year later they signed with WBA Records in Nashville and began performing at theaters across the U.S. Cellophane Flowers has a repertoire that includes other classic rock artists, a Xmas show, as well as their own original music.
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