From humble beginnings in Cranbrook, British Columbia, Lillix formed in 1997 and were soon signed to Maverick Records in 2001. Lillix’ debut album “Falling Uphill” was released in May of 2003. With help from hit singles; “Tomorrow” ,“It’s About Time” and a cover of The Romantics’ classic “What I Like About You” (featured on the Freaky Friday soundtrack and co-starring Lindsay Lohan in the music video). Falling Uphill sold over half of a million copies worldwide.

Playing shows on Warped Tour with comrades such as The Sounds, Yellowcard and My Chemical Romance, Lillix have earned a diverse and loyal fan base. Lillix have opened for high profile acts from Metric & Alanis Morisette to Aerosmith & KISS. Between live appearances on the Tom Green show, TRL and Much On Demand, Lillix extensively toured North America and Japan (where their album achieved Gold status). They have Juno nominations for “Best New Group” and “Best Pop Album” and won “Best New Group” at the Canadian Radio Music Awards.

In 2006 sisters Tasha-Ray and Lacey-Lee teamed up with drummer Alicia Warrington (Kelly Osbourne, Miley Cyrus) and released their sophomore album “Inside the Hollow”. The album was produced by Jeff Saltzman (The Killers) and James Michael (Motley Crue, Scorpions, Sixx A.M.). The single “Sweet Temptation” was voted one of the “Top 100 Songs of 2006” in Blender magazine.

After Touring “Inside the Hollow” and with the sudden and unexpected demise of Maverick Records. Alicia and founding member Louise Burns decided to depart the band. The Evin sisters have taken time to regroup and made a key decision to take on hard-hitting rock drummer Eric Hoodicoff (whom they have indefinitely borrowed from his renowned metal project Savage Blade). Lillix’s new line up is delving into sexy melodic dance grooves while incorporating a new sophisticated approach to their pop sensibility.

Currently recording their third and boldest album to date (title yet to be unveiled). Prepare for Lillix to hit radio stations and dance floors summer 2010.

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