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Paradise City’s The Mavens and The Relentless Unleash New Tracks From Series Soundtrack


Paradise City fans can today enjoy not one, but two new tracks from the hit series soundtrack. The Mavens (featuring Lilith Czar as well as Kimi Shelter and Emily Moon of Starbenders) have released a new cover of Queensrÿche’s “I Don’t Believe In Love“. The Relentless have also contributed their cover of Harry Chapin’s crooning classic “Cat’s In The Cradle“, featuring the vocals of Palaye Royale’s Remington Leith and guitar playing by Lee McKinney of Born of Osiris. Listen to the tracks by clicking on the pictures above, and check out the music video for “I Don’t Believe In Love” here or by clicking the image below.

Paradise City Stars
The Mavens
Release New Queensrÿche Cover
“I Don’t Believe In Love”
Featuring Lilith Czar and Kimi Shelter and Emily Moon From Starbenders
Watch Here | Listen Here

The Relentless
Release New Cover of Harry Chapin’s Classic
“Cat’s In The Cradle”
Featuring The Voice of Palaye Royale’s Remington Leith
And Guitar Playing from Lee McKinney of Born of Osiris
Listen Here

Catch The Tracks On Highly-Anticipated Series
Paradise City
Out Now On Amazon Prime

Paradise City was released digitally at the end of March and immediately shot to the #1 spots on All Shows on Amazon Prime, All Shows on iTunes, Drama and Trending TV on Fandango and #2 Drama on Google Play. Set in Los Angeles, Paradise City chronicles the lives of rock star and frontman of The Relentless, Johnny Faust and a young rookie kid, Simon, who idolizes him as they collide through their broken homes built by the music business. The series was created by Ash Avildsen (Hit Parader/Sumerian Films), son of Academy Award winner John Avildsen (Rocky, The Karate Kid), and is loosely based on his own life and estranged relationship with his father. Watch the official trailer, which has clocked up a whopping 11.9 million views on YouTube, below.

About Bryan Joe Corder (4176 Articles)
Concert Photographer at heart, Love listening to music and going to shows to try to capture the magic on the stage with my imagery.I also review albums and live concerts.

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