“Borrowed Time (feat. Desi Valentine)” by new pop powerhouse AALTA is making waves and this new track “Borrowed Time” is no exception to the great music they’ve already been putting out. Taking influence from modern pop writing with the addition of sound fx synthesizers and a trumpet melody in the chorus as well as lighter playing drum sounds “Borrowed Time” is a must for anyone who enjoys strong hooks and clever lyrical content that is both easy to relate to on multiple levels as well as can be used as a call to action to live a better life. Please see attached band biography below for more detail.
“AALTA is a band already making waves through the creation of deft and dexterous alt-pop music, songs that seem to wander easily between cult status and commercial success, between current fashion and future potentials.
The band is the musical vehicle for the Los Angeles based production and writing duo of Daniel Pashman and Rich Jacques, who bring a wealth of experience and skills garnered from a wide range of music endeavours to this relatively new project.
Jacques’ resume reads like a Who’s Who of music stars and credits and includes everyone from Lisa Leob to Rashida Jones to Men At Work’s Colin Hay and in film and TV the likes of One Tree Hill and The Break-Up. He is a Grammy award winning producer and songwriter, and has three albums under his belt with his own band Right The Stars.
Pashman first met Jaques when he was a 12 year old seeking guitar lessons and the two have collaborated on and off over the years since. He attended Berklee Colleague of Music and upon returning to Los Angeles worked his way up the career ladder from studio intern to a producer in his own right. Whilst working with Jaques on music for singer Lenachka the idea for AALTA was born.
The project sees them working with an array of vocalists, Maty Noyes, Desi Valentine, Lenachka, and Ellee Duke, to name a few and a debut album release is scheduled for 2019. Singles such as Borrowed Time have shown the duo to be setting new benchmarks for pop music creating a sound that is mature, spacious and atmospheric yet infectious and dynamic. The future of the genre would seem to be in very safe hands.”