About Lethia’s Natorium
Lethia’s Natorium is a band made up of musicians who rotate depending on their availability. Pena, a fantastic singer and songwriter who also plays the Ukulele, leads the group. The band Lethia’s Natorium was formed in 2022 as a project in the genres of Symphonic Goth Punk Rock with a touch of reggae-fusion. Siouxsie and the Banshees, Toyah, Blondie, No Doubt, Skunk Anansie, and The Smiths are among the bands that have influenced the group.
‘The Angry Ukulele Lady’ came before ‘Lethia’s Natorium.’ Pena’s studio project in the rock genre was the former. It was shrouded in mystery because the artist’s identity was unknown. Pena gained the confidence to emerge from the shadows after receiving positive nods which led her to evolve and create Lethia’s Natorium.
About The Release “Here We Go”
This is the third release by “Lethia’s Natorium” it is an uplifting song with an infectious hook. Written after a day at a theme Park, the song conveys the excitement of being on one of the many high adrenaline rides. When all of one’s worries are forgotten in favour of having fun at the amusement park and not wanting to leave. The song’s tempo and atmosphere were heavily influenced by Siouxsie & the Banshees’ rendition of the Beatles’ “Helter Skelter.” This has to be a guitar-driven tune that begins quietly and then increases in intensity, like being at the top of a rollercoaster and anticipating the descent. The single was recorded in three different locations. The foundation of the song was recorded at Pena’s house. Karl added drums on the track, he occasionally drums with the band at gigs when he’s available. Josh Elliot, the owner of JGE Studios produced the guitars and bass and was later given to Max Read the Producer at The Lodge Recording Studios who mastered it.