The Limousines

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WE WANT TO MAKE A RECORD THAT SOUNDED LIKE WHAT WE LISTEN TO AND WHAT WE LIKE. OUR FIRST ALBUM WAS MORE OF AN EXPERIMENT.

SnSPages_0095webWhen Eric Victorino and Giovanni Giusti—also known as The Limousines—set out to record their sophomore album, they wanted to do it their own way. No record labels allowed.

On an unusually warm February afternoon, Eric Victorino and Giovanni Giusti sit outside a coffee shop to talk about making music. The indietronica (aka indie electronica) duo, also known as The Limousines, are currently at work on their second album, Hush. It is slated for release on June 11, but they no longer have a record label or its resultant deadlines to answer to anymore. “Being our own bosses has let us take our time, which we think is better for the end product,” Victorino says. “But I can already feel people getting a little impatient.”

Soon after signing with a major record la- bel in 2010, The Limousines released their debut album, Get Sharp. Their hit single “Very Busy People” was in heavy rotation by then on local radio stations, satellite radio, and MTV. “It wasn’t even supposed to be an album,” says Victorino. “We got the right attention at the wrong time.” The Limousines practically went viral….

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