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Nicolas Costa of Talia Converses with Madness To Creation on “The Flawless Smile” Tour and the “Afraid Of Heights” Lyric Video
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Nicolas Costa of Talia Converses with Madness To Creation on “The Flawless Smile” Tour and the “Afraid Of Heights” Lyric Video

Editor's Note:  Talia recently wrapped up their direct support billing for Smile Empty Soul and Flaw on "The Flawless Smile" tour.  They have also received quality reviews on their recently released EP "Let Sleeping Dogs Lie", which was released via Pavement Entertainment.  Fans can keep up with Talia at the following locations: www.facebook.com/taliarock www.taliarock.com Fernetti:  How did the tour go with Smile Empty Soul and Flaw? Nicolas:  It was great! We learned a lot from them by watching them play, the way they do business, the way they talk to the crowd...A lot you can learn when you travel with bands that tour a lot...Then after a show in Ohio that went really good, people were all around us buying us drinks and we were hammered, we started acting a little stupid and...
(EP Review) “Let Sleeping Dogs Lie” by Talia
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(EP Review) “Let Sleeping Dogs Lie” by Talia

  On May 4, Talia released the aformentioned EP "Let Sleeping Dogs Lie".  Talia is a trio consisting of Nicolas Costa on vocals and guitar, Alice on bass, and Nicky on drums.  The band is based out of Paris and considers Los Angeles their “American home” as they play shows in both North America and Europe.  It was promised that the band delivers a “heavier and rawer” sound with Let Sleeping Dogs Lie compared to their previous three EPs and that was a promise kept! Talis is self-described as being influenced by ‘90s grunge bands and that is evident to the listener immediately with the opening riffs of Afraid of Heights.  Costa has a distinct voice, yet also a voice that throws one back to the mid-90s and I mean that in a good way!  Afraid of Heights is a raw song full of imagery ...