LTL's Debut Single "Brand New Day" Brings A Touch Of Nostalgia To 90s Boy Bands

About a year ago, I was checking out my friend and 98 Degrees member, Jeff Timmons show in New York City when I discovered his opening act, Larger Than Life. My friend DJ Sandra Dee was coming to the show with me and warned me that her friend, lead singer of Larger Than Life (LTL) was amazingly talented. She didn’t lie!
LTL are a tribute band that covers music from boy bands like New Kids On The Block, Backstreet Boys, *NSYNC and One Direction. Of course, their show was right up my alley. I sang along to every song they performed at the top of my lungs!
Larger Than Life’s Edvin Ortega is a fantastic front man and possesses all of the charisma a boy band heartthrob should have. If you live in the NYC area, I highly suggest catching one of their shows. You won’t be disappointed.
They’ll be at Mulcahy’s Pub on Long Island March 25th for the bar’s 2nd Annual Back To The 90s party. You won’t want to miss it!
If you’re not in New York, you can still get a piece of the LTL action. The band released their first original song, “Brand New Day” late last year. Smooth pop vocals mixed with happy lyrics you want to wake up to makes “Brand New Day” the perfect debut for the group.
“Brand New Day” will be included on the LTL’s upcoming EP. Get the song on iTunes!
Follow Larger Than Life on social media for plenty of boy band flashbacks, updates on their upcoming documentary and EP!


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