Megan Liscomb: Guitar (acoustic), Guitar (electric), Vocals | Jon Bonser: Drums | Ana Ramundo: Keyboards

Genre: Rock

RIYL: New Kinetics, Marco Polo, Wild Wild Wets, Sineade O'Connor

Upcoming Local Shows

No shows scheduled | Post a show | View show history


Inception: San Diego, 2013

Ex-Band Members: Lex Pratt, Keyboards, Vocals

Influences: Sonic Youth, Tom Tom Club, L7, PJ Harvey


Formed in 2013, psychedelic rockers Soft Lions feature Megan Liscomb of Boy King, backed by Jon Bonser (New Kinetics) and Marco Polo singer/keyboardist Lex Pratt (formerly of Wild Wild Wets). Their debut EP No Peace was released in Autumn 2013.

Said Liscomb at the time, “It will be mainly a digital release. However, if you attend one of our shows, you can get a copy of a limited-run ’zine we are printing to go with the EP containing artwork and lyrics from the band...the songs are intimate in perspective and vary in sound from sparse arrangements to heavy psych.”

“For me, the band has become a highly functional creature that started with just a lot of fur and claws, but now is growing paws and a strong tail that all three of us move,” says Pratt, whose lilting background vocals provides a saccharine counterpoint to Liscomb’s nasally admissions.

Their Earth Energy EP was released in June 2014. “I had a personal breakthrough and I made a conscious decision to be more open and vulnerable in my songwriting and in performances than I have ever been,” says Liscomb. “I also wrote some songs that are still so raw they scare me.”

The EP release was followed by a video for EP opener “Diary,” along with a ’zine of art and writings by Liscomb, Pratt, and drummer Jon Bonser. Their EP Spellbreaker was released via Velvet Blue Music on July 7, 2015.

Later that summer, keyboardist Pratt was replaced by Ana Ramundo.


  • Pin it


Sign in to comment

Win a $50 Gift Card to
Solare Ristorante

Join our newsletter list

Each newsletter subscription means another chance to win!