The Limousines are an American indietronica band based out of California's San Francisco Bay Area. Made up of multi-instrumentalist/producer Giovanni Giusti and songwriter/vocalist Eric Victorino, the duo formed in 2007 and has since gained international fame, thanks in part to the release of their singles "Very Busy People" and "Internet Killed the Video Star". Their first full-length album, Get Sharp, was released July 27, 2010 to critical acclaim. On December 13, 2010, the band officially signed with Dangerbird Records, but have since left the label and independently recorded and produced their second album, Hush, which was released on June 4, 2013.
|Genres:||Electronic rock, Indietronica, Alternative|
|Years active:||2007 – present|
|Members:||Eric Victorino, Giovanni Giusti|
|Labels:||Dangerbird, Orchard City Books and Noise, Makeyousick, Universal Republic|
About Eric Victorino
Vocalist and songwriter for the indie-electronic band The Limousines who performs alongside multi-instrumentalist and producer Giovanni Giusti.
He met Giovanni face-to-face for the first time at The Panda Studios in Oakland, California.
He is the author of Coma Therapy & Trading Sunshine for Shadows. He is also a visual artist and the co-founder of Orchard City Books and Noise.
He was born in San Jose, California.
He first met Giovanni in 2007 through a mutual friend who was showing Victorino a remixed Jay-Z album that was produced by Giovanni.
Information related to The Limousines
- Electronic music groups from California
- Musical groups from the San Francisco Bay Area