Cinema Stereo revives classic rock and releases debut album

Cinema Stereo releases its self-titled debut album. Hailing from Orlando, Florida, Cinema Stereo is an energetic rock band with a sophisticated sound that inspires positivity.

Some of their muses cover bands/artists such as Queen, Led Zeppelin, Rush, Aerosmith, Stevie Ray Vaughan, David Bowie and The Doors. Cinema Stereo is made up of 3 unique individuals: Ian Rayha (vocals/bass/synthesizers), Sebastian Borysek (lead guitar) and Luke Pate (drums).

As confident and progressive visionaries, the band have an innate ability to merge multiple styles within their musical presentation, while maintaining a label fit for branding; factors that make this group one to watch.

“For me, this work is unintentionally conceptual. It delves deep into the mind of a lost but ambitious young adult who discovered the value that every day had to offer.” -Ian Rayha of CINEMA STEREO

Born during the pandemic, Cinema Stereo is the brainchild of Ian and Sebastian who began writing music for the band in October 2019. After searching for a drummer for over a year, the duo finally added Luke to Training. Thus, the band was born. Performing their original tracks with exuberance, the rock band lit up a multitude of venues in Florida. Hoping to convey authenticity through their performances, Cinema Stereo plans to release even more material in the near future for their fans and to reach new ones.

Their self-titled album combines the sounds of classic blues-based rock n’ roll, pop sensibilities and an appetite for innovation to create Cinema Stereo. Their musical influences from the 70s and 80s shine through this record while creating a new and updated sound for new audiences to enjoy. Even though this is a new band for many, there is a sense of familiarity and deja vu listening to them.

Armed with big dreams and plenty of energy to spare, Cinema Stereo seeks to positively influence the world and connect with like-minded people through their music. This ambitious trio is undoubtedly well on its way to becoming one of the most serious bands of this generation.

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