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Magnetic. Eclectic. Original.

Call them what you will but make no mistake about it, there’s nothing cookie cutter about She Eats Planets. From their no-nonsense, four-on-the-floor brand of rock and roll to their DIY approach, She Eats Planets has made a splash in their local Connecticut scene and has sent shockwaves through the region. And with the release of their first full-length CD, Liftoff, She Eats Planets has arrived with an insatiable hunger for world domination.

Often compared to bands like The Donnas, Paramore, and Letters to Cleo, She Eats Planets released Liftoff after two years of anticipation. The songs “Music Inside,” “Shut Up (I Love You),” “Stay Away,” and “All For You” had all earned radio play in Connecticut and its neighboring states. “Shut Up (I Love You)” was included on the Digital Hype Magazine 2009 CD Compilation and “Music Inside” was solicited by Onyx Soundlabs to be pitched for placement in a motion picture. Excitement had been bubbling around Liftoff even before a single copy was pressed.

She Eats Planets has been described as a high-energy, rock and roll dance party that just won’t quit. Their sound is an intoxicating blend of classic rock beats and guitar riffs, intricate and grooving bass lines, and pop vocals.

The band, based out of Plainville, CT, is a match made on the internet. Members Sara Hart (vocals), Laura Robida (guitars), Talya Goodman (bass), and Matt Mello (drums and percussion) found each other through social networking sites and since then the internet has played a vital role in the band’s success.

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