In 2016 Lancer Roscoe became a five piece by adding Riley Herrera on lead vocals. Soon after LR recorded and released their first ep "Yes and No", featuring fan favorites like "Drive Home" and "Onto". Lancer Roscoe’s current form had taken shape in 2017 by adding on drummer, Lucas Frankel. Since having Lucas hold down the beat, LR has gotten busy with a new emphasis on recording, releasing two singles “I’ve Waited” and “Todd Gurley” and live recorded album “Montana”. Lancer Roscoe has grown over the years jumping between spacey, guitar-heavy alt rock (Space People/Drive Home), to acoustic folk (Traveler), to bossa nova (Don’t Wait For Your Plan), and psychedelic pop (Todd Gurley).
LR’s mission is to make music that any one can appreciate and groove to whether you are a music theory snob or a casual listener. We want to make music that will inspire and provoke, create joy and sadness, to make the listener think or not have to think at all.