COMMAND SISTERS SHARE OFFICIAL VIDEO FOR THEIR NEW SINGLE “LONELY LULLABY”
OCTOBER 28, 2020 (TORONTO, ON) – Command Sisters released the official music video for their latest single “Lonely Lullaby” today via 21 Entertainment/Universal Music Canada/Republic Records.
WATCH “LONELY LULLABY” HERE
The music video, shot in Toronto, reflects the raw emotions the song brings to life for the Command Sisters, made up of Charlotte and Sarah Command. Regarding the meaning behind the song, Command Sisters say, “‘Lonely Lullaby’ is about those chaotic and addictive relationships most of us have in our early 20s...you know you need to leave, but you stay. It’s toxic, yet you only find comfort from the one that causes you pain. They are your ‘reason and your remedy.’ They are your ‘Lonely Lullaby.’”
“Lonely Lullaby” arrives on the heels of their debut single, “I Can Do What I Want To” and its follow up “I Like It,” which Billboard praised as “a catchy, guitar-driven track about a fiery, undeniable attraction.” All three tracks were recorded in Los Angeles with award winning producer Tim Pagnotta (Walk The Moon, Weezer, Blink 182, Neon Trees). “Lonely Lullaby” also sets the stage for their debut EP, slated for the top of 2021.
ABOUT COMMAND SISTERS
Command Sisters—Charlotte and Sarah Command—wield the power to turn popular culture red, the color being a signature feature of a finely-crafted image. After playing together since childhood, the siblings honed on a distinct sound and style that has brought them to what you get today. Sarah drew on a lifelong love of shred gods, such as Joe Satriani, Steve Vai, and Orianthi, as Charlotte nodded to the songcraft of Sia and The Weeknd, cultivating a sharp signature sound steeped in mind-blowing musicality and tight hooks. Their sense of style got just as loud with a crimson take on high fashion. This careful presentation turned heads. Not only did they perform across the United States and Canada, but they attracted partners such as Martin Guitars, PRS Guitars, Marshall Amps, MAC Cosmetics, and Boss/Roland, to name a few. Additionally, they cultivated a fervent social media following through consistently eye-popping posts. Mind you, they impressively did all of this without one official release. After inking a deal with 21 Entertainment, Universal Music Canada, and Republic Records, Command Sisters are primed for a bold breakthrough with their 2020 singles, “I Can Do What I Want To” and “I Like It.”