Interview with Liliac

Sofa King Cool caught up with Liliac frontwomen Melody and we talked about the upcoming tour and getting back out on the road after all these years, life on the road with her family, her new look, upcoming music and what is next for them

 LILIAC, the definitive rock sibling band, whose ages range from 14 to 23, is stoked to announce additional Moonlight 2022 tour dates. The robust schedule takes the five-member rock outfit to more than 40 U.S. markets, with a slew of dates still-to-be-announced. The hefty schedule has the group gigging in festivals, fairs, casinos, theatre and clubs. 


LILIAC, a band known for a distinctive ‘vamp metal’ sound gave audiences more reasons to rock during Season 15 of the NBC juggernaut “America’s Got Talent” with their rendition of “Piece of My Heart”. Their original hit “We Are The Children” from their debut EP “Chain of Thorns” hit No. 1 on Amazon’s Rock Chart for New Releases and Best Sellers. “Queen of Hearts”, featuring 13-original tracks, came out in 2020 and shot to No. 29 on iTunes Rock Charts. The female-fronted rockers have gone viral and accrued more than 100 million YouTube and Facebook views combined, seven million Spotify streams, more than 67,000 Instagram followers and climbing. 


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Their touring momentum is equally relentless. LILIAC headlined two nights of sold-out concerts in Arizona, has performed on Kiss Kruise, Rockin’ the Rivers and Monsters on the Mountain Festivals. LILIAC, The First Family of Rock, is Melody (vocals), Samuel (lead guitar), Abigail (drummer), Ethan (bass guitar) and Justin (keyboards). LILIAC is based in Los Angeles, Calif. 




May 12 | The Masquerade | Atlanta, Georgia

May 28 | Bert’s Pavilion Live Concert Series | Pinellas Park, Fla. 

June 15 | The Blue Note | Harrisburg, Ohio

June 16 | The Machine Shop | Flint, Mich. 

June 17 | The Arcada Theatre | St. Charles, Ill. 

June 18 | The Electric Room | Angola, Ind. 

June 23 | Jergels’ Rhythm Grille | Warrendale, Pa. 

June 24 | The Dil’s Center | Parkersburg, Pa.

June 25 | Pennsylvania Roundhouse Rally Summer Series | Duncansville, Pa.

June 26 | Harrisburg Midtown Arts Center | Harrisburg, Pa. 

June 28 | Sellersville Theater | Sellersville, Pa. 

June 30 | The Chance | Poughkeepsie, N.Y. 

July 1 | Rams Head Live | Annapolis, Md. 

July 2 | The Landis Theater | Vineland. N.J. 

July 3 | Scandals Live | Virginia Beach, Va. 

July 7 | The Basement | Nashville, Tenn. 

July | Capitol Arts Center | Bowling Green, Ky. 

July 10 | The Stable Music Hall And Lounge | Bloomington, Ill. 

July 12 | Diamond Music Hall | Saint Peters, Mo. 

July 14 | Sunshine Studios Live | Colorado Springs, Colo. 

July 16 | The Venue | Denver, Colo. 

July 17 | Mesa Theater | Grand Junction, Colo. 

July 19 | Leatherheads | Salt Lake City, Utah 

July 28 | Alturas Bar | Reno, Nev. 

July 29 | Goldfield Trading Post | Roseville, Calif. 

July 30 | Guitars Under The Stars | Lebanon, Ore. 

August 5 | Roadhouse | Idaho Falls, Idaho

August 6 | T.BA.  | Butte, Mont. 

August 7 | The Newberry | Great Falls, Mont. 

August | Sturgis Motorcycle Rally | Sturgis, S.D. 

August 11 | Iowa State Fair | Des Moines, Iowa

August 12 | Iowa State Fair | Des Moines, Iowa

August 13 | Wisconsin State Fair | West Allis, Wis. 

September 10 | RockTember Music Festival | Hinckley, Minn. 


More dates to be announced soon. 



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