LIPSTICK RELEASES MUSIC VIDEO FOR “CHA LA HEAD CHA LA”


Members: Greg Troyan Steve Smith Eric Penticoff Casey Horn Mr. Cool

 
Genre: Rock
 

Hometown: Nashville, TN


The theatrical rock band, Lipstick, have debuted their new music video for a song called “Cha La Head Cha La”.

Originally a Japanese progressive rock song by Hironobu Kageyama, the song served as the theme song to the television show Dragonball Z. Lipstick have recorded a new version of the song for their upcoming album, “Lipstick II”. The stunning video features Lipstick in a live-action recreation of the style of Dragonball Z, complete with flying through the air, laser blasts, and people being punched through mountains.

“Lipstick II” features a wide array of guest musicians on the album, including Billy Morris (Warrant/Quiet Riot), Tom Pappas (Superdrag), Jace McLain (Nuclear Bubble Wrap), and the narrator of the English version of Dragonball Z, Kyle Hebert. The album is scheduled for release on January 25th.

Lipstick is a theatrical rock band based in Nashville, TN. The band is a musical collective led by two core musicians, Greg Troyan (vocals) and Stephen Smith (bass) with a large number of backing musicians filling out the rest of the lineup. The band is known for epic stageshows driven by catchy, optimistic, hard rock.

“Lipstick II” is now available for pre-order on the band’s website, http://www.lipstickgeneration.com

 

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