Epic hard rock with soaring melodies that will ignite all the emotions of your soul!
In their long anticipated debut album, Eternally Yours wants to take their listeners on a musical journey that tells a story of all the ups and downs of their lives. Sarah Uhle, the lead singer, and Luis Palacios, the lead guitarist, have come a long way since they first met. Both of them had been searching for years to find musicians who shared their passion for music, however it didn't go as they had planned. Sarah had been in bands where her band mates were just not taking music seriously and weren't willing to put in the hard work causing Sarah to take up many roles from lead singer, writer, manager, and band promoter. She had enough and decided to part ways with her beloved project. Luis too had been struggling to find consistent musicians for over six years. He had no luck in finding anyone with the same passion he had. In one year, he had gone through four different singers and was tired of dealing with so many flakes. He was so disappointed that he gave up music for a whole year. One day he finally realized he could never just stop playing so he gave it another shot. This is when Sarah replied to his Craigslist ad. After Sarah and Luis met up, they realized they both had the same drive and passion as the other for making and playing music. However, they were both still skeptical because of their past experiences. Even with that fear, they got together and wrote their first piece of music, a song called "Holding Onto Water". At that very moment they knew they had something special. A few years later, they started recording with fellow musician, Alex Crescioni. He too had the same drive and passion for music. After releasing three singles, they finally decided it was time to come up with a full length album that they wanted to be both heavy and meaningful to their listeners; which is what THE MASQUERADE is all about. THE MASQUERADE is the version of our innermost thoughts that we can't necessarily show to the outside world, but need to get out to make us whole.