Frontiers Music Srl is pleased to announce the signing of Transworld Identity - T-ID to the label's roster. T-ID is a newly formed Finnish/English rock band featuring vocalist Mila Bosa, guitarist Mika "Lamppari" Lamminsivu, keyboardist Juha "Junnu" Kinnunen, bassist Kasperi Kinnunen, and drummer Lacu Lahtinen. Their debut album will be released in 2023.
T-ID's music draws inspiration from the core foundations of hard rock music, showcasing a feel-good factor that will get your adrenaline flowing while stopping to take the occasional momentum shift with a sensitive ballad that will make your spine tingle.
"We're beyond excited to be working with Frontiers. This is our first album and when you are given an opportunity to join a great artist roster with some of your childhood heroes, it's very humbling," exclaims the band.
After honing her skills as the frontwoman of a hard rock covers band, Mila Bosa wanted to take a new direction singing original songs and formed Transworld Identity.
To help her fulfill her musical vision, she has been joined by a stellar cast of bandmates. Drummer Lacu Lahtinen is a showman behind the kit, who has spent time in Hanoi Rocks and vocalist Michael Monroe's solo band. Since 2008, Lacu has been part of one of Finland’s biggest bands, Popeda, who recently announced their disbandment. Guitarist Mika "Lamppari" Lamminsivu was a founding member of Baby Green and, later, progressive rockers Technical Justice. He has also played with Michael Monroe and Dave Lindholm. Keyboardist Juha "Junnu" Kinnunen's resume includes gigs with many big names, including a long stint with Finnish rock legend Muska Babitzin. He has also played alongside Marco Hietala and Ryan Roxie. Bassist Kasperi Kinnunen, despite his young age, is a very accomplished multi-instrumentalist. Aside from being keyboardist Junnu's son, Kasperi is also known for his other band Metallileka and the multiple musicals he has been in.
Be sure to follow the band's social media to keep up to date on their progress with the debut album and look for more news from the band in the coming months.