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New Single And Video “How Can This Be?” From Lisa Gee's Debut EP, Shut It Down Out Now



Looking a bit like A Clockwork Orange meets Harry Potter, Lisa Gee’s new music video, made with the extensive incorporation of AI technology, presents the talented singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist in a whole new environment. Blending the best elements of ‘60s pop sensibility within a gospel vocal treatment, “How Can This Be?” is built upon a solid rock foundation. It can be best described in one word: infectious.

“‘How Can This Be?’ is a song that looks at the concepts of trust and deceit in love, and exposes the potential for emotional chaos when new romance goes off the rails,” says Lisa Gee, explaining the concept behind the 4th video released from the Shut It Down EP. “I decided to go a different route with the video for this song, delving into the wild new frontier of Artificial Intelligence. In this video, this brave new technology plays the role of the deceiver. The hypocrisy of using AI to shine a spotlight on its potential dangers hasn’t escaped me; I think we should contemplate its potential pitfalls. On the other hand, we have to envision how it can enhanc eour creativity. I think I’ve done that here.”

Rock icon, drummer and producer of the EP, Carmine Appice, concurs:

“Lisa has never been afraid of the unknown,” says Appice. “We have been working together for a few years now, and she never fails to amaze and excite me. She is continually pushing the boundaries, far beyond what many female singer/songwriters have done. Her extensive work in a full spectrum of musical styles has come to mold her art into something really special.”

Released in July of this year, Shut it Down offers a musical tribute to the human experience. Songs of love, hate, exhilaration, exuberance, and the inevitable fallout we all are forced to confront at some point in our lives, radiate from the record via its cutting edge production, infectious rhythms and powerful vocals. In addition to Appice, who produced, co-wrote some of the songs and drummed on all the songs, the EP also features veteran bassist James LoMenzo (Megadeth, John Fogerty, Black Label Society, White Lion) and guitarist Don Mancuso (Lou Gramm Band, Black Sheep, DDrive, Lips Turn Blue).

“Lisa and I have a good musical relationship,” says Appice, who is among the greatest drummers of all time according to ROLLING STONE and an accomplished songwriter and producer in his own right (Vanilla Fudge, Cactus, Beck Bogert Appice; Ozzy Osbourne, and Rod Stewart). “I believe my many years of experience in the business has helped give Lisa’s material a commercial edge and as strong as it can be for its audience; on the other hand, she has taught me so much about how to best incorporate new technology into what we are creating collectively.”

In addition to her own music videos (all of which were created and edited by Gee), she has created videos for Appice and a number of his own projects.


LISA GEE A classically trained multi-instrumentalist, Gee remembers writing her first song at the age of four: “Music has been a passion as far back as I can remember.” Aside from working years in the legal community and having a side gig creating music videos for several artists, she finds time to indulge in her serious hobby of riding motorcycles – specifically, her Harley Davidson Low Rider or her Indian Chief Vintage - which she says she’s been doing almost as long as she’s been writing songs. “Yes, you can add ‘Biker Chick’ to my long list of accomplishments,” laughs Gee. The EP has seen international distribution through Deko Entertainment (ADA/Warner).

Order your copy of Shut It Down now and get your limited-edition bundle while supplies last: LISA GEE


Track list: “Love Thing” “Automatic Reaction” “Bad Motor Scooter” “How Can This Be” “Shut It Down”

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