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“A juggernaut of catchy melodies, bold lyrical imagery and powerhouse vocals” -  Amie Kinataek, RGM Magazine


“I love Lee’s voice, it has a raw power! - Christian Carlisle (BBC Introducing)

"I'm already obsessed" - Ellie Colton, BBC Upload

"LPMC has crafted a masterpiece" - Sean Colley, RGM Magazine


Rotherham’s Lee McMahon spent 9 years as chief songsmith and frontman of popular South Yorkshire indie rock 4 piece ‘The Tivoli’. The band, who took their name from the ‘Kop end’ at Rotherham United’s now abandoned former home 'Millmoor', hit the headlines with their powerful live performances and the 2010 album ‘National Service’. The orchestration of sell out shows across the UK encouraged a collaboration with Sheffield music legend Richard H Kirk, who remixed the album to spawn the uncompromising industrial upper cut, 'National Service Rewind'. The aftermath earned play-listing rights on the BBC’s Radio 1, 6music and Introducing channels alongside acclaim from the music press. Following the disbandment of the group in 2014, McMahon retreated from the music spotlight.


After spending some considerable amount of time on the bench 'Macca' re-entered the fray in the summer of '22 as solo artist 'LPMC' to release his debut album, 'Providence'.


After six years in the making and amidst numerous challenges that threatened production, 'Providence' became LPMC’s first recorded moment. It is an LP which chronicles an eclectic movement of hot sauce narrative whilst providing a sentimental heart beat that holds a mirror up to an ensemble of hometown vignettes grappling between silent struggles in the death throes of a welfare state, and the will to conquer them with defiance and dignity. 

There are notable contributions from Errol Linton's Pete Zivkovic, who plays piano on 'Who Knows?' and 'Amsterdam Sam' and Sax powerhouse

Jed Morgans of Opus Kink offers a rousing performance on 'Main Street'. McMahon plays the rest.


Already championed by the likes of Christian Carlisle (BBC Introducing), Ellie Colton (BBC Upload) and pockets of the music press, LPMC has emerged as an exciting prospect amongst a growing fanbase and 2024 brings brand new material from the forthcoming EP, 'The Lonely Boy Bar'. The first single, 'Lonely Boy' has become a very popular staple since its release in May and its 'Joe' will be the first track to follow in LPMC's new chapter. Stream it from June 21st!

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